According to billionaire Bill Gates, going to Mars is not a wise use of money and he would rather spend for vaccines.
Going to Mars is actually pretty pricey. For $1,000 (£814) (per life saved), you can purchase measles vaccines, he told the BBC.
“And so, [that] just kind of grounds you, as in – don’t go to Mars.”
Competition Of The Space Race
Elon Musk, a fellow entrepreneur, has stated his desire to colonise Mars, while Jeff Bezos has also become involved in the “space race.”
The ultimate ambition of SpaceX, the rocket company Mr. Musk co-founded in 2002, is to conduct crewed missions to Mars and eventually colonise the Red Planet.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is the CEO of Blue Origin and took a brief trip to space in 2021. British businessman Sir Richard Branson also flew his Virgin Galactic rocket jet as far as the edge of space.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates agrees that artificial intelligence would “pretty dramatically” change how people live.
It will enable us to investigate medical and scientific issues, he said. Not only are robots involved; reading and writing are also being assisted.
Actually, there has been more advancement there than on the robotics front. We will be much more productive with them both.
Mr. Gates Personal Life Questions:
Mr. Gates, who has spent a large portion of his life as the richest person in the world, has donated tens of billions of pounds to charitable projects, many of which focus on children’s health and other aspects of global health.
He currently divides his efforts between combating climate change, malnutrition, and infectious illnesses like polio and malaria.
When asked if he practises thriftiness in his personal life, Mr. Gates responded, “I don’t have a huge closet. I don’t dress in bling. I never take the wrapping off a present to fold it up and reuse it later. Never in her life did my grandmother throw a paper bag or a package’s cord. I am therefore crazy in her eyes.
Melinda Gates and Mr. Gates got divorced in May 2021. When asked if he would like to fall in love once more, he responded, “Sure, I’m not a robot.”