Widely known for creating the unlimited navigation mechanism implemented on social media, Azza Raskin is dispersing how it has unfortunately become something that draws people to their phones and leads to addiction. , polarization, becomes very extreme and transparent. Disinformation from Apple CEO Tim Cook agrees with that idea, saying the company wants people to use its devices to connect and connect with friends and family.
Social media has been one of the most controversial topics in recent years and how it has forced people to stick to their devices for hours on end. Apps like Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, etc. are designed to encourage you to match an endless array of algorithmically arranged content. In an interview with Bustle, Tim Cook expressed his support for Shine - a program designed to help users tackle social stigma in psychological issues, both in personal life and at work. Cook believes that programs like Shine are powerful examples of how technology can be used to improve people's quality of life.
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The CEO of Apple was also asked to comment on recent reports about the impact of Facebook and Instagram on Health Check the psychology of young people. He says that's one of the reasons Apple has developed features like Screen Time, but the timing of using social media apps is just one component and the other is what you do. "We want people to do things with their device, like a photo gallery [which I enjoyed earlier that day], or connect with family and friends using FaceTime," Cook explained. The idea that "technology should serve humanity, not the other way around." Take more steps to prevent it on your devices. At the same time, it examines the ways the iPhone can monitor common mental health conditions and may even detect early warning signs.
Tim Cook: We don't want to use Apple devices for 'infinite, mindless scrolling'