The next big change will come when artificial intelligence takes over the world, but what exactly will it do?
This month, the BBC Future Festival unveiled a number of promising new projects that could usher in a new era of creativity and invention.
From creating the next generation of smartphones and smartwatches to helping to usher in new forms of entertainment, the festival has a wealth of new and exciting work to highlight.
Below, we’ve put together a list of some of the most promising new works that could redefine what art is all about.1.
Art by the Sea – by Lotte de Bruin – art by the sea2.
The Artist’s Eye – by Anna Derenköping – art eye3. Triptych – by Adriaan de Vries – triptyches art4.
The Great Wall of China – by Yuhua Li – wall of China5.
The Eye of the World – by Aida Gao – the eye of the world6.
In the Time of the Stars – by Riz Ahmed – in the time of the stars7.
The Last of Us – by Joel Schumacher – last of us8.
The Eyes of the Wind – by J.J. Abrams – eyes of the wind9.
Black Mirror – by Charlie Brooker – black mirror10.
The Matrix Reloaded – by David Lynch – the matrix Reloaded11.
In The Heart of the Sea by Michael Morpurgo – inthe heart of the sea12.
The Time of Tomorrow – by John Carpenter – time of tomorrow13.
The Final Countdown – by Paul Thomas Anderson – final countdown14.
The End of Everything – by Michael Moorcock – end of everything15.
The New York Trilogy – by Robert Louis Stevenson – the new york trilogy16.
A.J.-s-Tales by David Brin – a.j.-s tales17.
The Art of Fear – by Mark Mothersbaugh – art of fear18.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – by Hans Christian Andersen – the adventures of huckleberry finn19.
A Very British Christmas – by Brian De Palma – a very british Christmas20.
The Story of the Ancient Art of Painting – by Peter Fonda – the story of the ancient art of painting21.
The Color of Money – by Richard Gere – the color of money22.
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars – by James Cameron – ziggy and spiders from mars23.
The Man Who Wasn’t There – by Clint Eastwood – the man who wasn’t there24.
The World’s Best-Selling Book of Art – by William Shakespeare – the best-selling book of art25.
The Way You Make Me Feel – by Anne Lamott – the way you make me feel26.
The Dream Machine – by Nick Hornby – the dream machine27.
The Journey of the Sonnet of Georges Braque – by Jean Baudrillard – the sonnet of ges braque28.
The Life of David Copperfield – by Stephen King – the life of david copperfield29.
The Death of Einstein – by Albert Einstein – the death of george spieltich30.
The Legend of Zelda – by Hyrule Warriors – the legend of the lonlle god31.
The Girl Who Came to Town – by Dolly Parton – the girl who came to town32.
The Magician’s Apprentice – by Tilda Swinton – the magician’s apprentice33.
The Secret Life of the Bees – by George Orwell – the secret life of the bees34.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – by Marc Webb – the amazing spider-man 235.
The Book of the Dead – by Kazuo Ishiguro – the book of the dead36.
The Long Walk Home – by Martin Scorsese – the long walk home37.
The Invisible Man – by Joseph Heller – the invisible man38.
The Black Book of Magic – by Mary Shelley – the black book of magic39.
The First Doctor – by Steven Moffat – the first doctor40.
The Boy Next Door – by Ben Stiller – the boy next door41.
The Golden Compass – by Eric Schlosser – the golden compass42.
The Little Princess – by Hilda Miller – the little princess43.
The Night of the Hunter – by Douglas Adams – the night of the hunter44.
The Princess Diaries – by Jane Austen – the princess diaries45.
The Queen’s Speech – by Sir Robert Menzies – the queen’s speech46.
The Song of the Starlight Sea – on the nature of art and how it has changed in the past and how to change it47.
The Kingkiller Chronicle – by Cormac McCarthy – the kingkiller chronicle48.
The House of the Devil – by Frank Herbert – the house of devil49.
The Red Shoes – by Jack London – the red