Dua Lipa interviews Tim Cook in podcast, discussing Apple’s use of artificial intelligence and advocation of new AI regulations
Pop star Dua Lipa has interviewed Apple CEO Tim Cook in a special bonus episode of her podcast series, “Dua Lipa: At Your Service,” in which the pair discuss Apple’s use of artificial intelligence, and the advocation of new regulations on the use of AI.
During the episode, releasing on Friday, November 17th, Cook shares his thoughts on the future of wearable technology, breaking barriers for LGBTQIA+ individuals in corporate leadership, and the vision for Apple’s future, reports PopFiltr.
The podcast touches upon some of the books that inspire Cook, including To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, which Cook says he read as a student, When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, which he says is “phenomenal” and biographies of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy.
In an excerpt of the upcoming episode, Dua Lipa asks Cook his opinion on the view that ‘generative AI’ will completely change our world, to which he responds “I think this is an area that can be life-changing, in a good way, because it can do things like help diagnose a problem that you’re having from a health point of view. There’s a limitless number of things that AI can do. Unfortunately, it can also do not good things.”
Cook also touts how AI is used in Apple Watch Fall Detection, Crash Detection, and more.
The special bonus episode of “Dua Lipa: At Your Service” featuring Tim Cook will be available to stream on Apple Music, Spotify and the BBC Sounds app.