Jeff Bezos envisions a future where humanity lives in space in giant cylindrical space stations, rather than colonizing other planets. He believes that a trillion humans living in the solar system is possible, with space colonies supporting a population 125 times the size of Earth’s current population. Bezos also has an optimistic view of the future of artificial intelligence, stating that it is more likely to help and save humanity than to harm or destroy it. He disagrees with Elon Musk, who aims to colonize Mars and has expressed concerns about the dangers of AI. Bezos also warns about the dangers of nuclear weapons and climate change, and attributes his problem-solving mentality to his childhood experiences working on his grandfather’s ranch in Texas. Ultimately, Bezos hopes to create inventions that are so beneficial and widely used that they are taken for granted in the future. This content was created by MarketWatch and provides an insight into Jeff Bezos’ thoughts on space colonization, artificial intelligence, and his personal experiences that have shaped his worldview.