Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, has been busy talking about the company and much more lately, with the latest bit happening at the new Oxford Foundry business and technology incubator.
Tim Cook has never been shy when it comes to talking about augmented reality (AR), or how important he thinks the technology is.
Apple has long been rumored to be working on smart AR glasses. Now, in an interview with The Independent, Tim Cook has mentioned that right now the technology simply does not exist to make a quality smart AR glasses.
Coding has always been an important tool, but, as apps become even more dominant, and technology continues to make its way into every facet of our lives, it has become even more important.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on his visit to Normandy, visited some important places that hold great significance. Cook visited Eldim, a Normandy based company that makes and specializes in advanced optical metrology tools. Eldim is also the supplier of some key components within the iPhone X Face ID authentication system, specifically the ability to detect eyeballs.
Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of Apple, was not shy in his regard of wanting to change the world, to put “a dent in the universe.”
Leading silicon valley CEOs and business leaders including Apple CEO Tim Cook signed an open letter meant for President Donald J Trump, asking him to protect DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). DACA was set in place to help minors and children who enter the U.S. illegally. They are offered a legal work permit, thus saving them from being deported. Children who come under DACA are often referred to as the “Dreamers”.
Artificial Intelligence, or AI, has a variety of different use cases, and, if you ask Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, one big area is autonomous systems.
Today, after Apple delivered its fiscal third quarter earnings report, the company’s CEO, Tim Cook, spoke with folks who joined him on the earnings call.
A large majority of Silicon Valley executives have been very vocal against President Donald Trump’s stand on immigration and climate change. An emerging report now claims that the Trump administration has approached several top-level executives like Apple CEO Tim Cook for advice on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education.