In the next 100 years ‘computers will overtake humans’ and we need to be prepared, says Stephen Hawking

Business Insider | May 13, 2015

By Lisa Eadicicco

Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking doesn’t think humans will be the smartest thinkers on the planet 100 years from now.

Instead, computers are likely to surpass humans in artificial intelligence at some point within the next century, he said during a conference in London this week.

Here’s what he said during Zeitgeist 2015 conference, according to a report in TechWorld:

“Computers will overtake humans with AI at some within the next 100 years. When that happens, we need to make sure the computers have goals aligned with ours.”

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1 Comment on "In the next 100 years ‘computers will overtake humans’ and we need to be prepared, says Stephen Hawking"

  1. Stephen Hawking also says black holes rule the cosmos. He is not worth listening to because he assumes many things and is wrong just as often.
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