In the Singularity Movement, Humans Are So Yesterday - NYTimes.com: "Some of the Singularity’s adherents portray a future where humans break off into two species: the Haves, who have superior intelligence and can live for hundreds of years, and the Have-Nots, who are hampered by their antiquated, corporeal forms and beliefs."
Found this article about artificial intelligence and pushing evolution with molecular genetics and looked for information on consciousness and creativity, not just thinking by machines. Computers can, for example compose music, but to the best of my knowledge it is not the Mozart kind of music.
It should today be possible to interact with computers via one's mind already. Perhaps the most interesting thing that might evolve in the near future is a human mind aided by a computer?
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