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Steve Jobs was one of the most influential people in the personal computer area. After founding Apple in 1976 and creating the revolutionary iPhone, Steve Jobs went on to build technology used by over 1.46 billion people today.

Tiger Woods is considered to be one of the greatest golfers of all time. He brought a whole new level of skill, diversity, and players to the sport, thus raising both its popularity and ability to be played by all.

Patrick Mahomes, the MVP of the 2023-2024 NFL season, is regarded as one of the best quarterbacks to ever play. His innovative playstyle has changed the quarterback position while his selfless attitude contributes millions to charities.

Teddy Roosevelt was able to preserve many miles of wildlife through the establishment of monuments and national parks. Also, he revolutionized world trade through the creation of the Panama Canal.

Tom Cruise's movies spread entertainment while his commitment to doing his own stunts has revolutionized the movie industry. In addition, his many contributions to children's health and disaster relief have helped millions around the globe.

Henry Ford revolutionized the automobile industry by creating the Model T which was a more affordable car. In addition, his introduction of the assembly line allowed for more occupations and eventually to the usage of a car by millions today.

The Wright Brothers conquered the skies with the creation of the first airplane in 1903. This would lead to the creation of an aviation industry that would accelerate trade, transportation, and development of the world even to this day.

Martin Luther King Jr contributed to the Civil Rights Movement and helped to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. His "I Have a Dream" speech made changes in equality around the world and impacts the world to this day.

Albert Einstein is most influential for his Theory of Relativity which revolutionized our conception space, time, and gravity. However, he also created the scientific foundations that led to the creation of several household, everyday items.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt created several programs to aid in the financial recovery of farmers and the unemployed. He both increased the responsibilities of the president and helped to end the Great Depression in the USA.

Through the creation of the Windows computer platform, Bill Gates was able to play a huge role in millions of lives all over the globe. In addition, he has donated over $50 billion during his lifetime towards promoting education and gender equality.

Winston Churchill was able to rally the British people from near defeat to victory in World War 2. In addition, his strategic prowess aided in the Allied victory and he even warned the West of Soviet expansionist intentions after the war.

Mahatma Gandhi's peaceful protests helped to liberate the Indian subcontinent from British Rule. His commitment to nonviolence would go on to inspire many other civil rights movements across the globe such as MLK Jr's in the USA.

Pablo Picasso revolutionized modern art through his introduction of Cubism and collage. In addition, his new understanding of constructed sculptures and his new techniques for ceramics greatly impacted the world of sculpting.

Neil deGrasse Tyson made many astrophysical concepts popular and available to the masses through his many books. In addition, he has helped to increase the diversity in jobs categorized under STEM properties.