Before AI gets big and deep into our economy, etc., it does feel like right now, we are at peak ideal use of computer technolgy --use technology in ways, bad or good but still take human intervention where needed AND understanding if a jerk bot is scamming us or something automatic goes wrong, we can figure out it wasn't us misremembering or not knowing.AI is dependant on Telecom, which is dependant on electricity, so I don't think it's going to have a bigger impact. But I think the introduction and rollout of AI will be much bigger than the initial rollouts of any previous technology, with the possible exception of agriculture, and larger scale communities.
I think that AI is going to massively disrupt the information economy, I don't know what the next "age" is going to be, but I think we're going to see a massive restructuring of society, like the industrial revolution.
I also think that right now we have no idea what it will look like.
The politics will get very interesting, as we have very little consensus and are losing our ability to discuss issues, political factions disagree on basic facts.
Throw in Foreign/AI assisted influence and we're in for a wild ride.
I'm glad I won't be around, when the AI layer falls like a pall over our lives and it will become tough to distinguish: was it a real person or imperfect bot doing this.