Last week, we learned about Tim Cook's interview with MSNBC and Recode‘s Kara Swisher emerged ahead of its airing, though only giving us a small glimpse of what's in store. When Cook was asked about Facebook's mess with Cambridge Analytica, he said: “We've never believed that these detailed profiles of people, that have incredibly deep personal information that is patched together from several sources, should exist.”
While we only got a small bit of the interview before, the cable news network will be broadcasting the full interview tonight at 8PM ET.
We've expecting Cook to talk more other than the Cambridge Analytica situation. The interview will also cover Cook's ambitions to help the next generation of students and workers to learn crucial code skills and getting jobs. If you have a cable subscription, you can watch the interview online by logging into NBC's website.
Technology is rapidly changing our world — and our classrooms. @Apple CEO @Tim_Cook says he believes teachers and technology are key to unlocking America's potential. Watch "Revolution: Apple Changing the World" TONIGHT at 8 pm ET on MSNBC. pic.twitter.com/cGU2g2P3tw
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) April 6, 2018