"A new AI-powered Google Chrome extension will automatically turn on YouTube extensions if it detects you are eating noisy chips. [...] To achieve this, Happiness Saigon trained an AI algorithm using 178 hours of recording people eating chips from all over the world. [...]
BleepingComputer performed some tests with other food groups, such as peanuts, carrots, and cereal. While peanuts and carrots were not noisy enough or crunchy enough, eating cereal also enabled captions in our tests to see what would trigger the extension.
However, your results may vary depending on how noisy you eat your food."
No... I don't think they are
Well, on second thought, maybe this invention could have its uses after all. Proof:[...]
Hopefully this entry is eligible - I've selected another video and crossed my fingers that this one hasn't been showcased yet. It's more of a "fun" science video than a "serious" one though, as the title suggests.