The power of code, the code that powers everything from your smartphone to your car to your health care system, is increasingly changing the world.
But which code writers are most influential?
Here are five of the most influential.
Ryan Murphy Ryan Murphy, creator of The People v.
O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, has written some of the best scripts in television history.
He also happens to be a prolific author, with his latest book, the best-selling The Disaster Artist, just released.
But his greatest contribution to television was writing a pilot script for his 2012 movie The Wolf of Wall Street.
Murphy’s script has gone on to become one of the highest-grossing movies of all time, earning Murphy a Golden Globe nomination.
Michael Bay Michael Bay is known for his action movies, but he also writes sci-fi, fantasy, and action thrillers, with several novels to his credit.
His latest novel, Killzone, is a thriller that takes place in the year 2166, and has been praised for its plot twists and suspenseful character development.
John Hughes John Hughes, a screenwriter who worked on the original Star Trek, directed movies including Gladiator and The Silence of the Lambs.
He wrote and directed two of the biggest-grosser films of all-time: Pulp Fiction and The Passion of the Christ.
Hughes also directed a pilot for the TV series American Dad, and wrote two episodes of the television series The Good Wife.
Martin Scorsese Martin Scorese is known as one of Hollywood’s most prolific screenwriters.
His novels include The Master, The Departed, The Big Short, and most recently, the biopic The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.
George Lucas George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars and a director of films including the latest installment, The Last Jedi, has also written some really good scripts.
His script for Jurassic World, which stars Owen Wilson, was one of its most popular episodes and was nominated for five Emmy Awards.
The film is already a hit, earning Lucas a Golden Globes nomination and earning him a slew of awards.