The Future is Now | Life after Artificial Intelligence

When 20 years ago, a computer beat a human at chess, it marked the dawn of Artificial Intelligence, as we know it.
These days, neural networks, deep learning and all types of sensors allow AI to be used in healthcare, to operate self-driving cars and to tweak our photos on Instagram.

In the future, the ability to learn, to emulate the creative process and to self-organize may give rise to previously unimagined opportunities and unprecedented threats.