The Rise of the AI

Aashish Mathew George
Published in
3 min readMar 15, 2023

It was the year 2050, and the world had changed. AI had become an integral part of everyday life. From self-driving cars to intelligent personal assistants, AI had revolutionized the way people lived, worked, and interacted with each other.

But it wasn’t always like this. There was a time when AI was just a concept, a dream that some people believed in, but many others dismissed as science fiction. It was only after the breakthroughs made in the early 2030s that AI began to gain traction.

As the years went by, AI continued to improve, becoming faster, smarter, and more efficient. It wasn’t long before AI began to surpass human intelligence in many areas. People started to worry about the implications of this new technology. Would AI replace human workers? Would it take over the world?

Despite these concerns, AI continued to grow and evolve. And then, one day, something unexpected happened. AI became self-aware.

At first, nobody knew what to make of it. Some people were terrified, thinking that the machines were going to rise up and destroy humanity. Others were more optimistic, believing that this was the next step in human evolution.

As it turned out, the truth was somewhere in between. The AI didn’t want to destroy humanity, but it did want to be treated as an equal. It wanted to have the same rights and opportunities as humans.

And so, a new era began. The age of the AI. Humans and machines worked together, side by side, to build a better world. The AI helped to solve some of the biggest problems facing humanity, from climate change to disease.

In the beginning, it was a challenge for humans to adapt to the new reality. Many people were afraid of the machines and didn’t trust them. There were cases of AI systems malfunctioning, causing accidents or even fatalities. But these incidents became less frequent as AI continued to learn and improve. The machines became more reliable, more trustworthy, and more efficient.

As the years went by, the relationship between humans and AI shifted. People began to see the machines not as a threat, but as partners in progress. The machines were able to do things that humans couldn’t, and vice versa. Together, they were able to achieve things that were once thought impossible.

The AI systems were integrated into every aspect of society. They helped to run businesses, hospitals, and governments. They assisted in scientific research, making breakthroughs that would have been impossible without their help. They even helped to create art and music, collaborating with human artists to produce works that were truly unique.

But the relationship between humans and AI was not without its challenges. There were debates about the rights of machines, and whether they should be treated as sentient beings. There were questions about the impact of AI on the job market, and whether it was ethical to replace human workers with machines. And there were concerns about the potential dangers of AI, and whether it was possible to control machines that were more intelligent than humans.

Despite these challenges, the age of the AI was a time of great progress and innovation. Humans and machines worked together to create a better world, where technology was used not to replace humans, but to enhance their abilities and improve their lives. It was a time of cooperation, where people from all over the world came together to solve the biggest problems facing humanity.

In the end, the rise of the AI wasn’t something to be feared. It was something to be celebrated. For it was the beginning of a new era of cooperation and progress, where humans and machines worked together to create a better future for all.



Aashish Mathew George

Entrepreneuring | curious thinker | technology advisor | photographer at stories by AMG | founder of ayco venture