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bleeding edge

1.
the most advanced stage of a technology, art, etc., usually experimental and risky.
Origin of bleeding edge
1980-85; patterned on cutting edge or leading edge
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bleeding edge

noun
1.
the very forefront of technological development
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Contemporary definitions for bleeding edge
noun

extremely advanced technology with no current practical application, beyond the cutting edge of technology

Word Origin

play on the term 'leading edge'

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