"Jobs was short of technical skills and Apple was successful," Wozniak says
Steve Jobs, known as Apple's founder, has many anecdotes, so many books have been written and movies have been made so far. However, the figure depicted there may contain parts different from the facts, and each time co-founder Steve Wozniak has talked about Jobs that he saw. As a new episode, Mr. Wozniak said that Apple fortunately succeeded that Jobs lacked technical skills.
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Mr. Wozniak entered the Q & A session of "Future Transport Summit 2016" held in Sydney. Most of Apple 's success was due to the fact that "Jobs was not an engineer".
It is very famous that Steve Jobs was once banished from Apple, but later returned and brought out hit products with iMac, iPod, iPhone, but according to Mr. Wozniak, which is compatible with the company since its foundation, Jobs has technical skills Because it was missing, it was said that simplicity was required to make a human-centered design, leading to Apple's profit.
In contrast to Jobs, Mr. Wozniak was a dream of having a PC dedicated to himself from the time of childhood, and he is an innate engineer who assembled a PC himself. The difference between the personality of the two is a movie "Steve JobsHowever, from the above-mentioned engineer disposition, Mr. Wozniak who thinks that computer should be an open system which can be remodeled by users freely, and the form of jobs which users do not allow any hardware modification It was painted in. As a result, it was probably because of the sense and perspective that Apple possessed from "Jobs was not an engineer" that Apple was able to generate iMac by breaking the form Jobs required.
By the way, Mr. Wozniak touched upon the topic of "artificial intelligence" in this Q & A session. Mr. Wozniak is no longer acting like a human being but artificial intelligence not as a robot but as a human being, as the artificial intelligence not only understands the written question but also answers to questions I said that it is a word of "horrible".
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