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What Is The Terrorism Trend In 2017, Bill Gates
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DAVOS, SWITZERLAND — Bill Gates warned at the World Economic Forum on Thursday that a new form of terrorism could be coming, and we are not prepared for it.

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The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is part of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation (CEPI). CEPI focuses on creating vaccines that could stop the outbreak of future diseases.
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And while the organization has about $700 million to work with, Gates worries it won’t be enough to stop another related, impending threat.
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“Bio-terrorism,” or the purposeful spread of epidemics, could become a serious issue, and Gates says we need to start figuring out how to combat it now.
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“What preparedness will look like for intentionally-caused things, that needs to be discussed,” he said. “It’s very hard to rate the probability of bio-terrorism, but the potential damage is very, very huge.”
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Gates spoke about the dangers of both intentional and natural epidemics at a World Economic Forum event earlier in the week, and he will be discussing the issue in detail at a Munich conference in February.
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“I think an epidemic, either naturally caused or intentionally caused, is the most likely thing to cause, say, 10,000 excess deaths,” Gates said.
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He voiced the same concern in March during a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) session: “The problem of how we prevent a small group of terrorists using nuclear or biological means to kill millions is something I worry about,” he wrote.
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Gates’ message is beginning to be taken seriously, at least among his tech peers. Sam Altman, president of Silicon Valley startup accelerator program Y Combinator, told The New Yorker’s Tad Friend that he occasionally discusses how the world will end with peers.
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One of their most popular theories, he says, is bio-terrorism.
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