I have a piece of glass in my pocket that lets me browse reddit from anywhere in the world, have a live video conversation with my parents on another continent, holds a copy of every song i ever bought and several movies, can do a flight simulator, detect when it is near my face, detect how bright ambient light is, detect which way it is facing (both relating to gravity and the magnetic north pole), answer plain english questions intelligently, and still contains enough battery to do this all day long.
Once this gives me cancer, my doctor will put me inside a giant magnet and RF emitter that will reorient the water molecules in my body and let him image my body inside and out in three dimensions without cutting me or exposing me to ionizing radiation. He will insert a tube the diameter of a pencil led into a vein in my leg, slush a piece of metal that can recover a million percent strain and hold my artery open that has been coated with a polymer that the human body will not attack, and then extend a needle from the this tube to test the tumor, again while not opening me up. He will then kill the tumor with hundreds of beams of X-rays all aimed in concert a point in my body that he has never seen with his own eyes.
I will then go home in a car that can detect the cars around it, see the stripes on the road and keep the car in them, automatically detect a parking space and enter it, wirelessly control my magic slab of glass, determine precisely where it is on earth at any given time, call the mechanic when it needs oil, and protect if I am hit at 60 MPH by selectively crumpling, dropping the engine, and deploying a giant bag of pressurized airs before the shock of the crash makes it to my head.
I will get home, and watch a movie on a screen millimeters thick that includes a plasma chamber and several million switches that articulate in milliseconds to decode a signal from outer space so I can whack off to a woman whose body could not have existed thirsty years ago without the advances in physical training and cosmetic surgery we have today. And I will control this with a piece of plastic blasting invisible radiation.
Look at your very ordinary life. Realizing how much brilliance has been poured into even the most mundane things. We take an unbelievable amount of stuff for granted. Just stop and look around. We do a LOT of smart things all the time.