Ever since computers have been invented, humans have greatly increased their use of it. They put them into doing all their work, which makes us more dependent on them. This has led to exponential growth of their dependency. Humans have increased the capacity of these machines to a great extent such as their speed, their size and their inability to work so that they can do our work in a very short time, which will save our time. You might have also done the goal that nowadays, look at Artificial Intelligence is just being praised.
Beyond AGI is where things get really exciting and may perhaps present a slightly existential challenge for humanity--artificial superintelligence (ASI). Goertzel said, "Artificial superintelligence is the next step beyond general intelligence. Humans currently have more general intelligence than the software products that are commercially available right now. But humans are by no means the most generally intelligent possible system. I think as AI advances further and further, you're going to see AI as tremendously smarter than people much as we're much smarter than monkeys, rats or bugs. But I mean, to get from where we are now with narrow AI, to AGI, and then to artificial superintelligence, we need to go through quite a series of practical steps."