Apple CEO Tim Cook to address 2017 graduates at MIT

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Apple CEO Tim Cook to address 2017 graduates at MIT
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10 June, 2017

"The things that drive quantum leaps is core technology".

"I'm optimistic because I believe in your generation, your passion, your journey to serve humanity", Cook said.

As society becomes increasingly inseparable from devices such as Apple's iPhone, Cook explained that at its core, technology represents humanity's fundamental struggle between good and evil.

"How can I serve humanity?"

Apple Inc. shares fell $0.08 (-0.05%) in premarket trading Tuesday. "As you go forward today, use your mind, hands and heart to build something bigger than yourself". For their current study of student emotional health, her team can't get certain data from an iPhone that they need.

Trump formed the council on May 1 in an executive order, which said the body will work to "transform and modernise" government information technology and digital services. To illustrate that mission and its challenges, he told a more recent story about rebuffing a shareholder who objected to Apple's unprofitable environmental initiatives.

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In an interview with Bloomberg Cook stated, "In cases where we have information and they've gone through the lawful process we don't just pass it over, but we do it very, very promptly". "We are focused on human rights and diversity, (and are) advocating for it around the world and increasing it in our own community", Cook told investors at the annual meeting. But he cautioned that "technology alone isn't the solution".

Although Cook said that no details about the cooperation could be revealed, he did say that the government of the United States is being facilitated, through a "lawful process", with the data stored on the company's servers that could help track down the suspects of terror attacks, which have been plaguing the country for quite some time now. "Sometimes the very tech that's meant to connect us, divides us". Says Cook: "We are not going to go through things we're going to do in 2019, '20, '21".

Cook's speech wasn't all grim warnings and grand challenges.

After starting the week by criticizing Donald Trump's decision-making, the leader of the world's most valuable company ended it by poking at the president's Twitter habit during his commencement speech at MIT on Friday.

"In a moment of indiscretion", Cook said, pausing, before saying, "I might have even experimented ... with a Windows PC".


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