The Future of Humans: PredicTED by OZY
WHY YOU SHOULD CARE
Because the very definition of being a human is evolving.
By Nat Roe
For the first time in Earth’s history, the biggest threats to our existence no longer come from nature — they come from us. Artificial intelligence has already complicated many of our relationships. From self-driving cars to building a CEO, machines can learn and explore the world in inconceivable ways.
But as promising science increases, so does human vulnerability. Can we continue to build out artificial intelligence without losing control? In the latest edition of PredicTED, we explore the crux of man versus machine.