In his recent posthuman collection of essays and essays, Brief answers to the Big questions predicted that genetic editing techniques would become a breed of "superhuman." "-" a breed of self-immolating beings who are improving at an ever-increasing rate ".
In 2017, the Professor Wired magazine said that the AI "genius is out of the bottle". He feared that developments in artificial intelligence would "create a new form of life that would surpass people."
To ensure humanity's survival, the theoretical physicist thought we would need to populate other planets and solar systems. "Spreading can be the only thing that saves us from ourselves, I'm convinced people have to leave Earth," he told an audience at a Norwegian science and arts festival in 201
Hawking also had concerns about climate change, which were reinforced by the election of Donald Trump as president in 2016. "Trump's action [pulling out of the Paris agreement] could push the earth over the edge to become like Venus, with a temperature of 250 ° C and rainier Sulfuric acid, "said Hawking BBC News.
He too I thought that when we come in contact with aliens, the result could not be positive. In 2010 he told the Discovery Channel: "If aliens visit us, the result would be similar to Columbus in America, which did not go well for the Indians."