It is hypothesized that 2045 marks the technological singularity, or the point where the development of artificial intelligence would explode to a degree in which the future becomes unfathomable. In other words, the hypothesis posits that nothing about the technology (or the social situation depending on it) after 2045 is predictable. However, is there no place for design in this discussion? Design and technology have progressed hand-in-hand. As such, design may be able to continue to act as an interface between humans and technology even if technology reaches the singularity. This section presents works that provide a clue to consider such a possibility.
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