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The promise of artificial intelligence and computer science generally vastly outweighs the impact it could have on some jobs in the same way that, while the invention of the airplane negatively affected the railroad industry, it opened a much wider door to human progress.
We've had some tough times, but we've hung in there.
Part of life has to be about enjoying life and having different experiences, especially if you're with friends and you're on an adventure on a boat or a submarine - it's a lot of fun.
The human brain works in, so far, mysterious and wondrous ways that are completely different than the ways that computers calculate. Things like appetite or emotion, how do those function in the brain?
I believe in the power of shared data and technology to help build a better future.
As always, space remains an unforgiving frontier, and the skies overhead will surely present obstacles and setbacks that must be overcome. But hard challenges demand fresh approaches, and I'm optimistic that Stratolaunch will yield transformative benefits - not only for scientists and space entrepreneurs, but for all of us.
The brain is the most complex, challenging scientific puzzle we have ever tried to decode.
Technology is notorious for engrossing people so much that they don't always focus on balance and enjoy life at the same time.
Our net worth is ultimately defined not by dollars but rather by how well we serve others.
Facing your own mortality forces you to re-evaluate your priorities.
If Microsoft had never existed... The industry would probably be very fragmented.
Some people can vent their anger, take a breath, and let it go, but I wasn't one of them.
The brain is one of the richest green fields of science. There's so much yet to be discovered.
I enjoy creating new ideas, working on new creative projects.
There's no enjoyment to losing money.
The intensity of the Super Bowl is one-of-a-kind. An NBA finals is best-of-seven. But the Super Bowl, one game, winner-take-all. The intensity is off the charts.
I'm a very private person that prefers a low profile.
The thing you realize when you get into studying neuroscience, even a little bit, is that everything is connected to everything else. So it's as if the brain is trying to use everything at its disposal - what it is seeing, what it is hearing, what is the temperature, past experience.
You look at things you enjoy in your life, but much more important is what you can do to make the world a better place.
There are so many websites I read; I look at everything from Slashdot to Ars Technica to the business technology sites, major newspapers like the 'New York Times,' and my local papers where I live, which cover the sports teams I'm involved with. There are about 20 sites we go to regularly, and I do use Twitter and Facebook as well.
Recording studios are interesting; a lot of people say - and I agree - that you should have a lot of wood in a recording studio. It gets a kind of a sweeter sound.
You could tell three things about Bill Gates pretty quickly. He was really smart. He was really competitive; he wanted to show you how smart he was. And he was really, really persistent.
As a programmer, you're working with very simple structures compared to the brain. So I was always fascinated by how the brain works.
Our dream is to one day uncover the essence of what makes us human.
The possible is constantly being redefined, and I care deeply about helping humanity move forward.
You've got to enjoy time with your family and friends, and if you're involved in sports franchises, those peak moments in playoff games. You have to enjoy life.
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