In decades past, intelligence was largely determined by how much an individual could remember.
Each person was expected to carry their own personal library in their heads, and a lack of ability in storing or retrieving information from those mental libraries would result in scholastic failure or, in too many cases, being labeled intellectually inferior. Intelligence will be much less about what you can store in your head and much more about your ability to quickly locate, organize and understand information gleaned from global information sources such as the Internet.
Some of these technologies have already begun to appear; others will take years or decades.
A few are stalled out for political reasons or because they threaten the profits of todays influential institutions or industries.
How do we evolve our societies into something more productive, more rewarding, and more in harmony with our natural environment?