By the time I finish typing this measly sentence, there will probably be geniuses all around the world completing ideas, prototypes and inventions for amazing things my scientifically inept brain can't even begin to understand. Innovations that could potentially revolutionise the world and make life easier for everyone, except maybe for the people who are still "learning" how to use Facebook.
While I stand by my claim that the most useful invention of all time would be a waterproof sandwich you could eat in the shower, there are some remarkable, mind-blowing, if not weird things already being developed.
There's "Al" the computer algorithm being used to translate raw data such as boring finances and sports statistics into semi-interesting news reports. There's RoboJelly, an underwater jellyfish-shaped robot that's solely powered by hydrogen and could possibly be used as an aquatic spy or for search-and-rescue operations. There's Infidelity DNA Testing, a company that uses DNA technology to test your partner's underwear to see if some home-wrecker's semen or woman-juice is encrusted on there (the website is infidelitydnatesting.com because I know you want to bookmark it you dirty, dirty readers).
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