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We have Georgetown University business school of month -- -- -- school since standing by they have a question for you bill at Georgetown go ahead with your question here with Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.
Good morning mr.
My name is Stephanie -- and I am a student at Georgetown McDonough school of -- cents.
My question for you and -- is what is the greatest global challenge and the next tiny -- And what can this generation of young business leaders do to solve that problem.
Well my advice is that.
The -- two billion in the world's.
Out of the seven billion -- have not shared in the rich is an innovation.
That we all kind of take for granted.
And so I think it's critical.
Whether it's getting that new vaccines.
Better seeds for agriculture.
That we a little bit put more.
Energy into that because we -- -- lift them for such small amounts of money.
And get them to be self sufficient and get those economies to be stable.
So -- -- my full time work and I hope this younger generation.
Starts -- earlier age than I did thinking about these things whether it's their full time worker just part time.
Are even volunteer activity -- there's so much that can be done.
Bill what I've worn what do you think well when when when bill talks about full time he -- full time and I've got bill.
Bill is putting in.
A backbreaking schedule around the world.
And terms of attacking these problems on I really I salute him for that any.
He's got a great job also all of enlisting governments eight in the in the endeavor.
So when -- got people like bill working out and I think got a great -- for that matter that's what you've given all your.
Charity money they have we want to thank -- -- by the way Wake Forest is gonna come up in a minute with some questions.
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