bleeding edge(redirected from Bleeding-Edge)
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technology that is so new that the user will risk problems in order to use it; new and extremely expensive technology; a term formed as an allusion to “leading edge”
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a. the very forefront of technological development
b. (as modifier): bleeding-edge communications systems.
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the most advanced stage of a technology, art, etc., usu. experimental and risky.
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That edge of a map or chart on which cartographic detail is extended to the edge of the sheet.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
Technologies that are so advanced or innovative that there is no known application for them at present.
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