Google factory raises sterile mosquitos, automated release of a million per week

Verily’s male mosquitoes were infected with bacteria, which is harmless to humans, but when they mate with and infect females, it makes their eggs unable to produce offspring. Male mosquitoes don’t bite, so Fresno residents won’t have to worry more than they usually would.
No word from the company on how much something like this will cost, but Linus Upson, an engineer on the team releasing the mosquitoes, told MIT Technology Review the company planned to do something similar in Australia next.