Think about how much of our lives is spent interacting with devices that are, at a deep level, operating digital code.
Such interaction can be direct and proximate, varying from interacting with a smart phone or computer to — more distant — traveling to work on a subway system that is automated, in various ways.
In both cases, it is computer code that makes the experience possible and computer code that, ultimately, provides the structure and choice associated with that experience.
With products getting smarter and connected, it is easily to predict that we will only have more and more “trust” in machines.
In fact, combined with other fast-moving technological developments in the areas of blockchain, IoT, sensors, autonomous driving and big data, it is only to be expected that AI will play a dominant role in our future lives.