Gates, a dropout student, returned to Harvard to communicate with students: if I were younger, I would do AI.

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 Gates, a dropout student, returned to Harvard to communicate with students: if I were younger, I would do AI.


NetEase news on April 27th, according to foreign media reports, local time on Thursday, Microsoft founder Bill Gate (BillGates) returned to the Harvard alma mater, in depth interaction with the school students, talking about the education, school experience and career development and many other contents. It is reported that Gates studied in Harvard two years later, dropped out of school in 1975, and soon after he founded Microsoft with Paul Alan (PaulAllen). On Thursday, he returned to the Ivy League school and participated in the Q & a session with the students at school. Harvard Dean Alan Gabor (AlanGarber) and Dean Frank Doyle (FrankDoyle) welcomed Gatess arrival, and Gates first recalled his time at the Harvard University. The picture shows Gates returning to Harvard, behind which is a photo of his freshman Yearbook. People always say Im a dropout scholar, indeed, but I like online online courses. I like to go to college more than anyone else, Gates said. He is very interested in reading and learning all kinds of subjects recently. Before answering students questions, Gates reminded them to believe that today is a dynamic era of beauty. Gates said: in this generation, many thorny problems such as cancer and infectious diseases will be solved. Q: what did you regret at Harvard because of what you did or didnt do? Gates: I hope I can be more sociable. Im a very antisocial person. I guess Steve and Ballmer think that I need to get in touch with some alcoholic beverages, which is also educational. SteveBallmer I hope I can be mixed up among all kinds of people. This is an interesting time, because people around you can talk 24 hours a day. This course is as interesting as it can teach you a lot. I wish I had known a lot of people. In fact, I was very good at class at the time, but fortunately it finally solved the problem. Q: what do you think is the biggest challenge facing the United States today and in the next few decades? Gates: if I have to choose one, I will say the quality of the whole education system. In essence, this is a country that holds equal opportunities. The only way to achieve real equality of opportunity is a good education system. Of course, there are other problems in the whole country, for example, it will be a good thing to withdraw from war. If I speak of the whole world, I would say malnutrition, but for the United States, I will choose education. Q: when did you realize that you needed authorization? Q: what is your idea of parenting? What if your child wants to drop out? Gates: my oldest child is graduating from Stanford University in June this year, so I am very optimistic... I have to say, I have authorized... Not to be an authorization... My wife made 80%. She is a better parent than I am. Q: if you suddenly find yourself a grade two student at Harvard University, what will you learn? Gates: if one thing turns you from 12 to 18, you will probably reach the world class level. As far as I am concerned, this is programming. If today, I will still learn software, which means I want to enter the field of artificial intelligence. Nowadays, computers can not really read, and they can not pass the AP test by learning the information in a book. This should be a problem that can be solved, and I have always wanted to solve this problem. I envy you one of you who can do something in this respect. Im not likely to go back to the past. But this is indeed the most important issue in history. I have been thinking about it for a long time. So if I can, I will enter the field of artificial intelligence. (Han Bing) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 Q: if you suddenly find yourself a grade two student at Harvard University, what will you learn?