120By 2050, a completely new type of human will evolve as a result of radical new technology, behaviour, and natural selection. This is according to Cadell Last, a researcher at the Global Brain Institute, who claims mankind is undergoing a major ‘evolutionary transition’. In less than four decades, Mr Last claims we will live longer, have children in old age and rely on artificial intelligence to do mundane tasks.  This shift is so significant, he claims, it is comparable to the change from monkeys to apes, and apes to humans. ‘Your 80 or 100 is going to be so radically different than your grandparents,’ Mr Last says, who believe we will spend much of our time living in virtual reality. More