Harvard Professor Av Loeb Suggests Aliens Are Sending AI Astronauts To Earth

August 28, 2023 1:00 AM ‐ TelevisionUFOs
Professor Avi Loeb, Harvard University
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A new series of paranormal and music show called 'Nub TV' lands on Ayozat, channel 186 on Sky on Tuesday, September 5 at 9pm and streams on Tubi in the US. The first episode is 'AI & Aliens' which features an interview with Harvard University Professor Avi Loeb on his search for extra terrestrial life.

He tells host, Mark Christopher Lee, that if extra terrestrials are visiting Earth they are most likely to be sending AI astronauts opposed to flesh and blood aliens. Our AI systems which we are using to detect evidence of life in the solar system may then detect their AI systems and form a "kinship" with them. It will then give a new twist to Alan Turing's - Imitation Game which was intended for AI systems here on Earth to imitate humans because we are trying to make them in our image. But he states that:
"In the future our AI systems may try to imitate extra terrestrial AI systems because they would be far more advanced. And perhaps once they reach similar levels that will usher our way into the class of intelligence civilisations in the Milky Way galaxy."
Professor Avi Loeb, Harvard University
He also claims that Oumuamua, the first interstellar object detected passing through the Solar System in 2017, could still be evidence of an extra terrestrial craft on a scouting mission.

The series also features shows on Bigfoot, Remote Viewing, Alien Abductions, Crop Circles and a special investigation into outlandish claims that King Charles flew a prototype UFO in 1975.

 The first episode of the new series of 'Nub TV' entitled 'AI & Aliens' hosted by Mark Christopher Lee airs on Tuesday, September 5 at 9pm, Ayozat, Channel 186 on Sky.


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