Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates still serves as his former company’s chairman, but much of his current work involves philanthropy. (In case you hadn’t heard, he has a lot of money, which he’s using to try to wipe out polio. He’ll then set his sights on malaria and measles.)
In an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on social news site, Reddit, Gates answered questions about his foundation’s work and, of course, technology.
Here are some of Gates’ more interesting answers to various tech-related questions posed to him.
On the next big thing to shake up consumer tech as deeply as the home PC did:
Robots, pervasive screens, speech interaction will all change the way we look at “computers”. Once seeing, hearing, and reading (including handwriting) work very well you will interact in new ways..
He and I respected each other. Our biggest joint…
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