What will this mean for us?
Machines will eventually become more intelligent than humans are today.
Machines will make humans more intelligent than we are today.
Intelligence isn't a single skill that can be acquired all at once, but the result of learning processes that take in one or more flows of new information, and communicate out analysis of the data in meaningful ways. Every flow of data will favor different intelligences, and intelligences that exist on one or more flows of data won't necessarily be adapted for other flows of data.
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