Artificial Superintelligence Could Doom Humanity and Explain We Haven’t Found Alien Civilizations, Proposes New Research | UAP

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A controversial new theory posits that artificial superintelligence (ASI) could explain why we have yet to detect advanced technological alien civilizations in the known universe.

Detailed in a new paper by Dr. Michael Garrett, a professor of radio astronomy at Leiden University in the Netherlands and the director of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, the study proposes the rapid development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the eventual emergence of artificial superintelligence could act as a “Great Filter,” drastically reducing the lifespan of technological civilizations to a mere 200 years. 

A bold hypothesis, if true, the theory could help explain the famous Fermi Paradox, or the universe’s “Great Silence, while providing a chilling warning about humanity’s longevity.

Dr. Garrett’s research, published in the journal Acta Astronautica, offers a chilling perspective on the future of civilizations that develop artificial superintelligence. He suggests that the technological advancements that propel civilizations forward may also lead to their premature demise. 

“This ‘Great Silence presents something of a paradox when juxtaposed with other astronomical findings that imply the universe is hospitable to the emergence of intelligent life, Dr. Garrett writes. “As our telescopes and associated…


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