Intelligence merges: artificial materials become intertwined and embedded within organic structures of intelligence as emergent technologies sharpen. Neural lacing threatens autonomy; facial recognition jeopardizes our privacy; and deep fakes imperil the truth. AI and machine learning challenge the capacity of human and non-human animal intelligences. In the context of this merger, who is really in charge? What ethical quandaries arise, and what moral responsibilities do we have as biological and technological evolution converge?