cambridge - Technology and, in particular, social media can divide society as they aim to bring people together. That warning gave Apple CEO Tim Cook in a university speech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
'The Internet has so much to offer us, but it can also be a place where basic rules of absence are lacking and where drowsiness and negativity flourish,' Cook said on Friday, just graduates at the prestigious engineering university.
Cook said in his speech that MIT students, known for his computer science program, could have hacked the Twitter account of US President Donald Trump. 'I assume students are behind, because most of the tweets come at three o'clock in the morning,' Cook cried.
Self uses Cook Social Media as Twitter to promote Apple products and social and political themes. Last week, he criticized Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate convention.