As originally announced in January, Tim Cook did the trek at Duke University this weekend to give the early 2018 address. That day has now come, with Tim Cook the stage at Duke's graduati to talk about immigrati, #MeToo, and more …
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Tim Cook opened his speech by explaining his Excitement to Duke, thanking his former teachers and Duke's superiors for the impact they had him as a student and as they ctinue to have the students all over.
Apple's CEO used his start address as an opportunity to empower graduate students, saying that despite the naysayers, there are real problems facing the world today and everye has the ability to influence it. Cook pointed to global warming, inequality and educati as being the biggest problems facing the world today:
Our planet is warming up with devastating csequences, and some are denying that even happens. Our schools and communities suffer from profound inequalities. We do not guarantee every student the right to a good educati. And yet, we are not helpless in the face of these problems.
Cook ctinued by calling Duke graduates not to accept the world as it is today, but rather to think differently and change things. He named Steve Jobs as the pers who showed him this way of thinking:
I was fortunate to learn from somee who believed it deeply. Somee who knew how to change the world …