Bill Gates recently participated in a club interview with Andrew Ross Sorkin, during which he discussed his new book, epidemics and technology.
Microsoft Co-founder Bill Gates recently participated in an interview in which he revealed that he is using an Android phone instead of an iPhone. The discussion took place on the audio chat app Clubhouse of journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin.Billed as a casual chat, it covers topics such as Gates’ new book How to avoid climate disasters, COVID-19 pandemic and technology.
Gates is the latest in a series of high-profile high-tech names to be unveiled on Clubhouse. Elon Musk and Robinhood co-founder Vladimir Tenev talked about the surge in the share of GameStop on the platform, and Mark Zuckerberg discussed Facebook Reality Labs and remote work—maybe you can figure out how to best integrate similar features into Facebook. These appearances naturally help increase the visibility of Clubhouse. Clubhouse has not exceeded the Beta version and is only available on iOS.
Sorkin kicked off by mentioning this, saying that when the interview was announced on Twitter, people asked: “Bill Gates has an iPhone?” Gates explained that he has an Android phone for daily use, but also said that he often plays with the iPhone to keep all the latest information. When explaining why he prefers to use Android phones in general, he said: “Some Android manufacturers have pre-installed Microsoft software in a way that is easy for me. They are more flexible in the way the software connects to the operating system. This is what I am finally used to.
What did Gates say in the clubhouse?
On the Clubhouse itself, Gates stated that he has become more familiar with the platform recently and has already performed some demonstrations.He revealed that on most social media platforms, he has an official account and an “Meander everywhere,” But he prefers to spend time reading content such as The Economist and The New York Times online.Gates was shocked whether he was using Google or Bing, saying he was “Faithful, loyal, and loyal Bing user” Said he used Google to compare their competitive performance. When Gates retorted that he didn’t know anyone who used Bing, he joked: “You are traveling with a very mean crowd!”
Gates said that when asked which companies he thinks are doing the most exciting and visionary things, Google and Microsoft. “Yes, Amazon did a great job, Apple did a great job, Facebook,” He explained. “But in terms of truly breaking the boundaries of computer science, architecture, and AI, I want to say that Google and Microsoft have a strong R&D commitment-what they share publicly and what they focus on their products.”
On the Apple car, he said: “I suspect they will get the same profit as the iPhone,” He also pointed out that there is still a question about the speed of popularization of autonomous vehicles and whether they will be fully popularized. He said that electric vehicles are already a certainty. Gates revealed that as far as his car is concerned, he drives a Porsche Taycan. When talking about why he chose Porsche instead of Tesla, he explained that his first car was a Porsche, and his Taycan “Make a certain sound.” He did point out that although he bought Tesla for relatives, he called it “The company that has done the most in electric vehicles.”
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