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This is what the world will look like in 100 years time

Mile-high super skyscrapers. Earthscrapers, extending 20 storeys into the ground. Underwater bubble cities.

No, we've not been hitting the bottle and ranting about our visions of 2116 again - these are just some of the predictions from the experts behind the SmartThings Future Living Report (we're pretty sure they haven't been hitting the bottle either). 

Authored by leading academics including Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Arthur Mamou-Mani, Toby Burgess, the report is something of a PR stunt for Samsung's future-facing SmartThings connected home system.

In addition to their lofty claims of cities extending both skyward, underground and underwater, the report also suggests that in 100 years time...

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