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I think the development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.feedback
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Stephen Hawking has been quoted 44 times in 14 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Stephen Hawking’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Stephen Hawking speaks about are Earth and Venus, for example. Most recently, Stephen Hawking was quoted in the article Stephen Hawking just moved up humanity’s deadline for escaping Earth saying, “I think the development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.”.
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Trump was elected by people who felt disenfranchised by the governing elite in a revolt against globalization. His priority will be to satisfy his electorate, who are neither liberal nor that well-informed. We have already seen this in the promise to build a wall along the Mexican border and the sanctioning of two oil pipelines and the appointment to the Environmental Protection Agency of Scott Pruitt, a man who does not believe carbon dioxide causes climate change.feedback

The reaction to the election of Donald Trump may have been overdone, but it represents a definite swing to a right-wing, more authoritarian approach. I have many friends and colleagues there, and it is still a place I like and admire in many ways. But I fear that I may not be welcome. Climate change is one of the great dangers we face, and it's one we can prevent.feedback

My three children have brought me great joy. And I can tell you what will make me happy, to travel in space. I thought no one would take me but Richard Branson has offered me a seat on Virgin Galactic, and I said yes immediately.feedback

I welcome these signs of women's liberation. But there may still be a gap between those women achieving high public status and those in the private sector. It is not scientific proof of gender equality that is required, but general acceptance that women are at least the equals of men, or better. This is coming. If we factor in high-powered women in Europe as well, such as Angela Merkel, it seems we are witnessing a seismic shift for women to accede to high-level positions in politics and society.feedback

I have always supported women's rights. I moved the admission of women to my college, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. The results were wholly good. I don't believe there will be much chance of Labour winning an election under him. He doesn't come across as a strong leader, and he allowed the media to portray him as a left-wing extremist, which he's not. It's no good having the right principles if you never get in power. But I will continue to vote Labour, it's the party that matters.feedback

Thankfully, this is beyond human reasoning. And should remain so.feedback

Trump was elected by people who felt disenfranchised by the governing elite in a revolt against globalisation. His priority will be to satisfy his electorate, who are neither liberal nor that well informed.feedback

The best we can envisage is robotic nanocraft pushed by giant lasers to 20% of the speed of light. These nanocraft weigh a few grams and would take about 240 years to reach their destination and send pictures back. It is feasible and is something that I am very excited about. He doesn't come across as a strong leader, and he allowed the media to portray him as a leftwing extremist, which he's not. It's no good having the right principles if you never get in power.feedback

I would like to visit again and to talk to other scientists, but I fear that I may not be welcome. But there may still be a gap between those women achieving high public status and those in the private sector. I welcome these signs of women's liberation. The recently discovered system of seven Earth-sized planets is 39 light years away. With current technology there is no way we can travel that far.feedback

By that time we should have spread out into space, and to other stars, so a disaster on Earth would not mean the end of the human race.feedback

We must also continue to go into space for the future of humanity. I don't think we will survive another 1,000 years without escaping beyond our fragile planet.feedback

Now we must learn to live outside the EU, but in order to manage that successfully we need to understand why British people made the choice that they did. I believe that wealth, the way we understand it and the way we share it, played a crucial role in their decision.feedback

If that were to happen, I would not be optimistic about the long-term outlook for our species.feedback

The more immediate danger is runaway climate change. A rise in ocean temperatures will melt the ice caps and cause the release of large amounts of carbon dioxide from the ocean floor.feedback

Light driven nanocrafts are the most pragmatic technology available. Fusion and anti-matter are a long way away in the future.feedback

With light beams, light sails and the lightest spacecraft ever built we can launch a mission to Alpha Centauri within a generation. Today we commit to this great next leap into the cosmos because we are human and our nature is to fly.feedback

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