Cook in Davos: I come from a middle-class family, and today its all about education.

 Cook in Davos: I come from a middle-class family, and today its all about education.

Netease Technologies News January 23, according to foreign media reports, Apple CEO Tim Cook attended this weeks World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. According to local reports, Cook met with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and attended a dinner with world renowned figures such as Brazilian President Bolsonaro, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. In addition, Cook was interviewed by the German newspaper Pictures on the theme of education.

On the day Cook was interviewed, Apple announced that it would translate Everyone Can Create into German, French, Spanish and Italian and extend it to other countries.

Apple believes that creativity is innate to everyone, Cook said in an interview. Education is a good balancer. Everyone is not born with the same resources, but will have many opportunities to learn, to progress, to do extraordinary things.

Speaking about the impact of education on him, Cook said: I was born in a very rural middle class family, and I like it. Its great for me. But the thing that makes me ambitious and able to work at Apple is education.

Cook said that Apples education-focused content, such as everyone can write code and everyone can create, serves the people. It would be better to say that it has an indirect impact on our business, he said, from the bottom of his heart.

Cook said Apples iOS application business has created 1.5 million jobs in Europe, and application-related jobs are increasing every year. Cook believes that Apples applications provide tools and educational opportunities to help children learn faster with good teachers. (Han Bing)

Source: Responsible Editor of Netease Science and Technology Report: Qiao Junyi_NBJ11279