Scientists Developed a small computer chip that can sniff for people in search and rescue.

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Would you ever install a GPS chip in your child so you can track them if they go missing?

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    A clever idea, and those chips are tiny. Pretty amazing to hear that they're as accurate as the much, much larger spectrometers too.

    There are so many clever electronics chips/modules in the pipeline :D.
     
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    Reminds me of the Arkangel episode from Black Mirror :eek:

     
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    That black mirror looks like a creepy show. :(
     
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    It can be, but it's excellent. You can't watch more than one episode at a time though, there's too much to think about afterwards :D
     
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