Artificial Intelligence seems to be near the top of the news cycle lately. With the constant, and usual, political fighting, this has me thinking about the role of AI in governance. Do you think that one day, a country may include AI in their decision-making on budgeting, law making, law enforcement, foreign policy, etc.? There is talk that AI can speed up medical advice already. AI has also told us that we don't know half of what goes on inside a human cell. AI could potentially develop ideas about space/time/reality that would take up decades or centuries for human minds to come up with. This conversation also leads to how intrusive AI would be once we let the cat out of the bag and the moral and ethical issues with when AI makes the leap from tool to life.