Seven Future Predictions by Bill Gates

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Seven Future Predictions by Bill Gates

Here is the list of seven predictions from Nostradamus Bill Gates which may be proved right considering the fate of previous predictions by Bill Gates in 1999. Bill Gates continue to predict future in his annual letters and interviews.

  1. AS MUCH AS 33 MILLION PEOPLE CAN BE WIPED OUT FROM THE WORLD AS A RESULT OF VIRUS

Bill Gates at the At the Munich Security conference warned the world that “epidemiologists say a fast-moving airborne pathogen could kill more than 30 million people in less than a year.” It is unclear that how will it happen, this could happen through an accident or criminal intent.

2. BY 2019 POLIO WILL BE ELIMIATED FROM THE WORLD

In his 2013 annual letter statistics shows that polio cases have been decreased. Key point is: “You have to measure accurately, as well as create an environment where problems can be discussed openly so you can effectively evaluate what’s working and what’s not.”

3. ROBOTS WILL TAKE THE JOBS OF HUMAN BEINGS

Bill Gates in his interview with Quartz predicted that robots will take the places of humans and a lot of jobs will be taken over by them. Bill Gates has also provided possible solutions by imposing tax on robots and giving humans caring jobs which can only be perfomed by humans.

4. A NEW SOURCE OF CLEAN ENERGY WILL BE DISCOVERED BY 2030

This is the most recent prediction by Bill Gates in 2016. He said that there will be breakthrough in clean energy by 2030 which will revolutionize the world.

5. THERE WILL BE NO POOR COUNTRIES IN 2035

Bill Gates writes that how the world has changed in his own life-time. He predicts that poor countries will no longer exist in the year 2035.

6. MOBILE BANKING WILL TRANSFORM THE LIFE OF POOR

New banking systems will allow poor people to store and protect their money digitaly. He predicts that people who do not have bank account today will be using mobile banking in the future.

7. We can see Africa self-sufficient entirely in terms of food production

People in Africa are getting used to modren technologies such as mobile phones and they will be able to achieve food production due to structural changes.

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