What does this mean for the future of creativity? People want to grow, we want to improve our functionality and transcend our biological limitations. An appropriate way to do this is to "expand" our brain through physical and virtual databases, calculators, and other technologies that drastically improve our cognitive skills. This wish has probably manifested itself much earlier in technologies such as religion: gods who are omniscient, give us strength, can answer our questions. Perhaps our social tendencies also want to give a face to the current "techno religion": instead of just using our tools, we also want to personalize them, talk to them. In order to make this connection with our technology, we need to find and make agreements, and thus make the external human.