Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered the 2017 commencement speech over at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Thanks to the folks over at TIME, we can watch that commencement speech right now. Cook brings his normal level of brevity to the speech and there’s plenty of jokes in there, too. Smiles all around. During the speech, Cook looked back on the life he had before joining up with Apple in 1998, saying that he “read great philosophers, sought guidance and religion,” and, maybe even “experimented with a Windows PC” once.
The video measures in at just over 25 minutes. In it, Cook laments on a variety of different topics, including his start at Apple, and eventually how he landed upon the most important question to him: “how can I serve humanity?”
Cook will go on to say that he’s optimistic about the next generation and their efforts to serve humanity: “As you go forward today, use your minds and your hands and your hearts to build something bigger than yourselves.”
Check out the video below.