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Gates Turns His Specs Towards The Verge For The Whole Month Of February
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Created by Joshua Topolsky and Marty Moe, and founded in 2011 in partnership with Vox Media, the Verge is one such website where humanity's collective desire to introduce and nitpick products for the greater good has been noticed. The website is featuring Bill Gates as its guest editor for the whole month of February. The founder of Microsoft and the richest man in the world (2009) will be illustrating his vision of the future and will be discussing various subjects such as banking, technology, farming, education and so on. Here’s what you’ll be hearing from the Rocky Balbo of the business world.
Throughout the month of February, Bill Gates will be narrating episodes of The Verge’s animated series. The in-depth features have examined how the rapid change in fields of medicine, science and technology and agriculture are improving the lives of those who are living in some of the most impoverished parts of the world. The features have all been backed up by some serious independent journalism to bring the readers a wider perspective on the diverse subjects.
In health, Gates believes that making some drastic improvements in the core infrastructure will have a positive impact, especially in developing countries. Some of the medical problems which Gates has touched upon thus far are elephantiasis, river blindness, blinding trachoma and the guinea worm. Eradicating polio for good has also been an area where Gates has been focused on.
While the former CEO of Microsoft has predicted the end of diseases such as polio within the next 15 years, he warned that violence in countries such as Nigeria and Pakistan could hamper the eradication of polio, and could delay the polio-free goal of the Gates foundation. Bill and Melinda’s Gates Foundation has spent around $85 million for the eradication of polio in Pakistan.
As guest editor, Gates has also touched upon some pressing issues that the world is facing, such as, will mobile banking be able to revolutionize the lives of those in third world countries? Are virtual classrooms the answer for improving the illiteracy rates of developing countries? Gates has also shared his thoughts on the importance of advanced farming techniques and the growing importance of mobile banking?
Those who are interested in tech sites and what Bill Gates has to say should check out the news features by The Verge’s first-ever guest editor.
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