I've kinda grown up with computers since the mid 60's. The main difference in me and the computer is our Hardware. It appears to me that human evolution is moving at a snails pace compared to computer evolution. Weather we are talking about computers or humans, the kind of hardware you have and how it's wired will determine function and performance. We may have had a few million years head start on the computers, but, it appears to me that they have closed the gap considerably in just the last 50 years. The only difference I can see in computers vs. humans is our (human) programming is a work in progress with a very limited window of opportunity. As I understand it, our intelligence has alot to do with the size of our brains. That being the case, I wouldn't expect any major increases in human potential any time soon. Now for computers, they will continue to evolve at an ever increasing rate as long as we have a need. We humans are very good at finding solutions to solve our problems and improve overall productivity and effectiveness. We will eventually design systems with intelligence that can far exceed our own.