Bill Gates: 'Robots, pervasive screens, speech interaction will all change the way we look at computers'


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  • Thursday, 14 Feb 2013

The Microsoft co-founder and full-time philanthropist took to Reddit this week to take part in his first-ever Ask Me Anything (AMA) with the site's members and in the course of doing so revealed his biggest technology regrets, the next big thing in computing and that he has a keen sense of humour.

Although he indicated before the questions started coming thick and fast, that while he is still Microsoft's chairman, his life is now devoted to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and wanted to focus on its activities, he still proved happy to talk about the company he helped to create, and his thoughts about the next big thing in technology.

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