"I worry that the fake news is not under control," Cook said in an interview with CBS News' Norah O'Donnell, adding that he's concerned about "outside forces" using fake news to manipulate people's thinking.
Cook also said Apple has people curate its news products because he doesn't believe AI has the power yet to "differentiate between what is fake and what is not."
Cook's interview comes as Apple hosts designers, engineers and developers this week at its annual in San Jose, California. During Monday's keynote presentation, Apple's CEO and other top brass introduced new features for , a new , a new and more.
Cook also spoke with O'Donnell about the company's Apple is too big, Cook said no. Cook told O'Donnell he thinks "the scrutiny is fair," but he said he strongly disagrees with Sen. Elizabeth Warren's call for Apple and other big tech companies to be broken up.and about recent calls to . When asked whether
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More of O'Donnell's interview with Tim Cook will air on the June 4 edition of the CBS Evening News.