Disruption happens when the future arrives faster than we anticipated. We've had plenty of that lately, but as far as the disruption from artificial intelligence is concerned, it's only warming up. Sink, swim, or surf: how do you want to handle the waves of change AI is bringing?

To help us stretch our imagination, this episode concludes the interview with our mind-blowing guests Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, science fiction authors with numerous credits in science fiction and Hollywood for over thirty years, particularly in the Star Trek universe, writing novels such as Memory Prime and Prime Directive and with writer and producer credits on the series Star Trek Enterprise. They’ve helped NASA with visioning future goals through a Space Policy workshop, they’ve helped Disney design theme park rides, and they won the Constellation award for creating the series Primeval: New World. Catch their author page on Amazon.

In this episode, we talk about their careers, how to use science fiction to become more creative, possible and likely evolutions of AI and humanity, and implications of brain-machine interfaces.  All that and our customary look at today's headlines in AI.

Transcript at HumanCusp Blog.

 Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens


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