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The researchers may create and market an entire product line based on their Super Prototype that only later turns on them, or over-performs their duty like, say, a genetically engineered plant that has a high CO causing massive fires to keep feeding.
Usually this is paired with a Fantastic Aesop that (heavily) implies the intended use or goal of the research is to blame.
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