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Stephen Hawking: Robots Will Replace Humans Completely

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Stephen Hawking: Robots Will Replace Humans Completely

Stephen Hawking: Robots Will Replace Humans Completely

Stephen Hawking says, artificial intelligence will eventually become so advanced it will "outperform humans." Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) reports.

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Stephen Hawking: Robots Will Replace Humans Completely

The rise of the machines isn’t just some plot in a James Cameron movie, Stephen Hawking says, robots will replace humanity completely!

The physicist telling WIRED magazine, he believes artificial intelligence will eventually become so advanced it will essentially be a quote, "new form of life that will outperform humans." He says, "I fear that AI may replace humans altogether.

If people design computer viruses, someone will design AI that improves and replicates itself.

This will be a new form of life that outperforms humans." If that doesn’t sound doom and gloom enough, the 75-year-old also predicts there will be “serious consequences” if people don’t start showing more of an interest in space to colonize other planets.

Hawking saying, ”Our earth is becoming too small for us, global population is increasing at an alarming rate and we are in danger of self-destructing." Last year at Cambridge University, Hawking stated his believe there’s not much of a difference between what a brain can do and that of a computer, adding the advancements in self-driving cars are a sign of what is to come.




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