Bill Gates is a co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, the world's largest software maker.
He returned to the university on June 6, 2006, 33 years after he left Harvard to address the convocation of the graduates.
And for receiving an honorary degree.
Much of his speech focused on how to tackle global problems such as global poverty and disease.
More people; Young people in particular can be motivated to get involved.
A brief translation of his speech
‘Dad, I’ve always told you, I’ll come back, get a degree’ আমি I’ve been waiting for more than 30 years to say this one thing.
Eventually a college degree was added to my resume. That's great.
Today's degree holders have achieved it by walking a straight path than me.
Congratulations to them for this. I'm glad the Daily Crimson called me "the most successful person to drop out of Harvard."
I think this phrase has given me a special status among my peers ....
Of those who have failed, I have done the best.
But I want people to say that Steve Balmer fell because of me. My influence is ‘evil’.
For this reason, I may have been invited to speak at your convocation.
If I had given a speech on the day of your rebirth, many people here might not be here today.
Harvard is a wonderful experience for me. Education was interesting. I would attend classes that I did not have.
Dormitory life was great. Everyone knew I was in no hurry to wake up in the morning;
So many people used to talk about various things in my house till late at night. That's how I became the leader of a group of 'anti-social' students.
One of the most memorable moments of my life at Harvard came in January 1975.
Then I called a company in Albuquerque and offered to sell the software to them.
At that time the company started making the world's first personal computer (PC).
I was afraid they might realize I was a student and left the phone.
But Ulto said, "We're not ready yet, find out in a month."
From that moment on, I got involved in this project. This marked the end of my college education.
The journey of Microsoft begins.
I left Harvard with no idea what a terrible inequality there is in the world.
Millions of people suffer in a life of despair because of the tragic inequality of health, wealth and opportunity, yet I am not aware of it.
I was introduced to Harvard with many new ideas in economics and politics.
I have learned about various advances in science.
But the greatest progress of mankind lies not in any discovery, but in how these discoveries are used to reduce inequality.
Democracy, strong mass education, quality health care or broader economic opportunities — in any case, eliminating inequality is the highest human achievement.
I left campus unaware that millions of young people were being denied education in the United States.
Little did I know then that millions of people in developing countries suffer from indescribable poverty and disease.
It took me decades to find out.
Now times have changed. Today's youth know much more about inequality in the world than we do.
Hopefully, they get a chance to think about how to deal with and solve all these in their university life.
How do we do the best we can for the majority of people with the resources we have?
Melinda and I talked about measles, malaria, pneumonia, hepatitis B and yellow fever in poor countries.
I read an article about the death of millions of children every year from some diseases like.
And I've never heard of rotavirus before.
The disease kills half a million people every year, compared to zero in the United States. We are sad.
In order to prevent such deaths of these millions of children, the discovery and delivery of medicines needs to be made a priority; But it did not happen.
It is very sad to see that saving some lives is more valuable than other lives when the value of every life is equal.
They say to themselves, ‘It can’t be.
But if that is the case, then this is the place to be.
Our question then is, how does the world let these children die?
The answer is simple and rough. The market does not offer a reward for saving the lives of these children, nor does the government subsidize it.
So these children are dying. We have seen many humanitarian catastrophes, all these catastrophes have broken our minds but still we have not done anything.
It's not that we don't care, it's that we don't know what to do.
If we only knew how to help, we would be active.
Obstacles to change in the face of extreme complexity. Not to be underestimated.
But these three steps are blocked by complexity.
Despite advances in the Internet and 24-hour news, the process of seeing the real problem is still complicated.
We don't get a chance to read too much about the millions of deaths that can be prevented.
The media is busy looking for new ones. Millions of people are dying, it is not new.
So it stays in the background, which can be easily ignored.
If a distress situation is so complicated that we don’t know how to help;
Then it becomes difficult to see that misery. And so we shift our focus elsewhere.
The first step in realizing a problem is to look for a solution beyond the complexity of the next step.
Finding solutions is essential to maximizing our compassion for others.
We can see activism if there is a clear and authentic answer to the question of how an organization or an individual can help.
But the complexities make it difficult for all such patients to identify the path to activism.
The path to overcoming complexity is to reach a solution in four levels — setting goals, finding the most effective way,
To invent the ideal technology for that way and to make the best use of the technology that is in our hands till the discovery.
This technology can be as complex as any medicine or as simple as a mosquito net.
For example, the AIDS epidemic. In a big way, our goal is to eradicate this disease.
The most effective way is antidote in this case. The ideal technology would be any medicine, with one dose of which the disease will not last a lifetime.
So the government, pharmaceutical companies and agencies pay for drug research.
But it can take more than a decade for their work to be completed, at which point we have to work with what we have.
And now the best way to prevent it is to avoid risky behaviors.
To this end, it is important to never stop working and thinking and never give up on complexity.
The last step is to measure the impact of the action and inform others of the successes and failures,
So that others can learn from this effort. Statistics are certainly very important.
How many children received medicine under a program, how many deaths from a disease all this information is needed to improve the program,
It is also essential to get financial help from businesses and the government.
But to encourage public participation, it is not enough to just present numbers.
The humanitarian impact of the work must also be expressed, to realize how precious a life is to the affected family.
I went to Davos a few years ago as a member of a World Health Panel.
There was a discussion on how to save the lives of millions of people.
Millions! Just think of saving a person's life. Now multiply by lakhs ....
Yet it was the most tiring panel of my life.
I went to the market to release the thirteenth version of a software.
On this occasion people were jumping in excitement, shouting.
The excitement with the software makes me happy.
But why can't we create more excitement about saving lives?
Yet I am optimistic. Yes, inequality was with us all the time, but we did not have the new elements of complexity.
And that is why the future is different from the past.
The advent of modern biotechnology, computers and the Internet has provided an opportunity to end extreme poverty and prevent deaths from preventable diseases.
As my classmates passed out 30 years ago, technology was emerging that made the world smaller, more open, more visible,
Was making short distances. Low-cost personal computers give rise to a powerful network that transforms education and communication.
This network has the magical ability to reduce the distance and make everyone a neighbor to each other.
In addition, the number of disadvantaged people using this technology is five times the number of users.
Many people do not have the opportunity to use their talents due to lack of technology.
We need to bring the maximum number of people possible under this technology.
Because, this technological advancement in working for the people is ushering in a revolution.
All of you ask yourself at work, shouldn't the most talented people be employed to solve big problems?
Shouldn't most beneficiaries know about the most disadvantaged people?
These are not just questions for the sake of questions উত্তর you have to answer them through your policy position.
My mother always pressured me to work for others.
He read aloud a letter he had written to Melinda at a party a few days before my wedding.
Then my mother was very ill with cancer.
He used this opportunity to convey his message to others.
At the end of the letter, he said, "There is a lot of expectation from those who have been given a lot."
What has been given to those gathered here — in talent, in opportunity, in advantage; He considers that the world has the right to have unlimited expectations from them or us.
I would say to everyone who has a degree, choose a subject, a complex problem, a deep injustice and become an expert in that subject.
It will be a huge event if it becomes the focus of your career.
Complications can't stop me. Become an employee. Work with big inequalities.
That will be the greatest experience of your life.
Growing up in an interesting time.
You have technology that we did not have. We were not aware of your inequality.
With this awareness you may have a conscious conscience: it is possible to change the lives of many people with your little effort, but if you give up that effort it will sting you.
You have a lot more. Get started sooner, continue longer.
And my hope is that 30 years from now, you will come back to Harvard and say what you did with your talent and your strength.
Hopefully, you will evaluate yourself not only with professional success, but also with how you have dealt with the deepest inequalities in the world ...
How do you see people on the other side of the world who have nothing in common with you but humanity,
Judge yourself on its basis.
Good luck to you.
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