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4 innovations Bill Gates says the next president has to prioritize

When Bill Gates talks about world-changing innovation in his latest Gates Notes blog post, he takes a step back in time. The billionaire philanthropist points to President John F. Kennedy's 1961 call to put a man on the moon as a shining example of a world leader bringing public and private sectors together for the betterment of society. "In the face of fear, President Kennedy successfully summoned our country to harness American ingenuity and advance human progress," Gates writes.
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