Cook also touched on Apple’s hard work to create free classes and curriculum for its programming language, Swift, which he sees as a driver of job creation. “Where manufacturing was key to middle-class years ago, coding is key to the middle-class today and tomorrow,” he said.
This will help youth to kill their insecurities and be excelling at the higher level. Apple CEO Tim Cook gave new and detailed comments on colonization and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program while he was on a board with Michael Bloomberg at a conference on Wednesday.
Immigration is “the biggest issue of our time,” Cook said. “This goes to the values of being American.”
“I am personally shocked that there’s even a discussion on this,” Cook said on Wednesday. “It’s not a political thing; at least I don’t see it that way at all.”
Cook’s comments at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum trace on what his approach to the settlement would be if he were in charge of immigration policy.
“If I were a world leader, my goal would be to monopolize the world’s talent,” Cook continued, saying that smart people create jobs.
“I’d have a very aggressive plan, not to just let a few people in, but I’d be recruiting.”