EvilMachine writes "Charles M. Higgins, an associate professor at the University of Arizona, has created a robot that is controlled by the living brain and the eyes of a moth.
Higgins thinks that in 10 to 15 years, such combinations of will be fairly common.
The robot's motion is guided by a tiny electrode implanted in the moth's brain, Higgins said, specifically to a single neuron that is responsible for keeping the moth's vision steady during flight. The neuron transmits electrical signals which are then amplified in the robot's base and through a mathematical formula, a computer translates the signals into action, making the robot move.
And maybe some day... in an old book... someone will read about this as genesis 1:27 "So god created the Borg...""