From evolving to drink milk to having a more efficient brain (shrinking for faster synapsis response), here are five off the top of Mental Floss's head.
Such poor answers devoid of any biological validity.
Evolution is the change in allele frequency over time in a population of organisms. Thus, humans always evolve.
If you mean speciation you must realize that evolutionary theory ( the theory of evolution by natural selection ) is a poor predictor of the future. Natural selection is the nonrandom survival and reproductive success of randomly varying individual organisms. With the proper selection pressure and mutation(s) humanity could speciate, but no one could predict that as the selection pressure is randomized by humanities niche occupation and mutation is random in and of itself Mutation will happen, but in no set numerical ( predictable ) order.
To ask if humans have " finished " evolving is to ask an ill posed question. Evolutionary progression is not linear, does not have a goal in mind and is certainly not teleological in nature.