On Saturday, Apple CEO Tim Cook received the start address at Tulane University. Below is a video of Cook's full address. Cook talked about climate change as one theme Apple works continuously with Al Gore and Lisa Perez Jackson, an American chemical engineer who acted as the US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator from 2009 to 2013, and now holds the position of Vice President, Environment, Policy and Social Initiative at Apple.
Beyond climate change, Cook told students around to respect the freedom of speech and the views of others. Cook said that "if you find yourself spending more time fighting than getting to work, stop and ask yourself if it benefits from all the chaos. Someone wants you to think that the only one The way you can be strong is to bulldoze those who disagree or never give them a chance to say their peace in the first place. The only way you can build your own achievements is to tear down the other side.
We sometimes forget that our former beliefs have their own gravity, today some algorithms draw on you the things you already know, think or like, and they push everything else off, shoot back, it shouldn't be like that. But in 201
Tim Cook's address begins around 3:24 marked by the video below.