Apple’s Cook tells MIT graduates: temper technology with humanity

June 9, 2017 By Ross Kerber CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Reuters) – Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday warned graduates at MIT, a pioneer in fields like computers and robots, about technology’s dehumanizing aspects and urged them to infuse its development with their own values. “I’m not worried about artificial intelligence giving computers the ability to think like humans,” Cook said in his commencement speech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “I’m more concerned about people thinking like computers, without values or compassion, without concern for consequence.” Speaking to thousands of students…

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