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Quotes of the Week: "We have a lot more to do here."

“We have a lot more to do here. Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Robert Godwin Sr., and we have a lot more work and we will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this from happening.”

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg commenting on Steve Stephens killing a man on FB live last week


“Mark [Zuckerberg] is why I’m walking. When I felt so overwhelmed and so isolated and just needed to cry, I would grab him into his conference room and he would just sit there with me and be like, ‘We’re going to get through this and we want to get through it with you’. He did it over and over.”

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on coping with the death of her husband, Dave Goldberg


“The end of Moore’s law could be the best thing that has happened in computing since the beginning of Moore’s law. Confronting the end of an epoch should enable a new era of creativity.”

HPE’s R. Stanley Williams on how to spur innovation in the semiconductor industry


“WikiLeaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service.”

CIA Director Mike Pompeo venting his WikiLeaks-induced rage while speaking at the Center for Strategic and International Studies


“This is ridiculous. Obviously, Snapchat is for everyone! Those words were written by a disgruntled former employee. We are grateful for our Snapchat community in India and around the world.”

Snap Inc. spokesperson responding to claims in a lawsuit that Snap Inc CEO Evan Spiegal told employees Snapchat is “only for rich people” and he didn’t want to expand into “poor countries like India and Spain.”


“In the year 2050 time won’t stop, but we will have AIs who are more intelligent than we are and will see little point in getting stuck to our bit of the biosphere. Our best protection will be their lack of interest in us... They will pay about as much attention to us as we do to ants.”

Computer scientist Jürgen Schmidhuber on our future insignificance compared to our robots overlords


“As much as it pains me to acknowledge, Americans are having two very distinct conversations about technologically driven change. Instead of bringing us together, the advances of the last quarter century have sometimes torn us further and further apart.”

AOL co-founder Steve Case on the future and change


“Someone hacked the Intel/McAfee website. Was not me.”

McAfee founder John McAfee Tweeting his innocence


“I've totally changed my mind. We aren't talking about artificial intelligence that sits down and says, 'What is my life in the world? What do I have as obstacles? How do I solve them? What should I solve?'”

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak isn’t worried about AI destroying humanity anymore. He also thinks it “would be ridiculous” not to expect Apple, Google, and Facebook to be around in 2075


“Hopefully more and more people are coming around to the view that a company is not some faceless, shapeless thing that exists apart from society. A company is a collection of human beings and part of the fabric of our society. A company like ours has a culture. It has values. And it has a voice. Apple has spoken out and will continue to speak out for what we believe as a company.”

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s acceptance speech for the 2017 Free Expression Award


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