The tech sector, led by Apple and other Big Tech companies, should act further in mitigating and preventing conflict on a global scale.
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Dr. W. Abdullah Brooks dives deep into the most recent troubling allegations about Facebook’s policies, practices, and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Dr. W. Abdullah Brooks says that with respect to tech products/services, we need perspective on three distinct but inter-related subjects; the producing corporation, the benefit/risk ratio associated with that product/service, and what we can do to optimize any benefits vs risks.
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Dr. W Abdullah Brooks argues that Apple’s CSAM-detection controversy was preventable and something Apple should have seen coming.
Dr. Brooks argues that tangible imperatives, whether threat or aspiration, drive humanity to ‘think outside the box’ and to innovate.
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Dr. W Abdullah Brooks argues that pundits who fail to account for key aspects of Apple’s approach to technology get it wrong time and again.
As an avid iPad Pro user, Dr. Brooks focuses on the user community’s response to iPadOS 15 and iPad Pro in the wake of WWDC.