Apple hires computer scientist, activist and photographer who has worked for Amazon, Google and HP

Cupertino's comings and goings don't stop. This week after the hiring of the former head of artificial intelligence at Google, John Giannandrea, another big name arrived at Apple: Jon McCormack.

Jon McCormack

McCormack was previously CTO of Amazon (being responsible for the company's device division), head of ecosystem, advanced technologies and products in the Google and, most recently (from late 2016 to mid-2018), he was global head of software / vice president of the personal systems division at HP.

In addition to this beautiful curriculum, McCormack is the founder of the Kilgoris Project (which aims to educate and feed children in a Masai village in southwestern Kenya) and a board member of Conservation International (who works to ensure a healthy and productive planet for everyone).

To top it off, he is also an award-winning photographer, with works published by vehicles such as TEAM, New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Wall Street Journal, UNESCO, The Nature Conservancy, Africa Geographic, The Guardian, CNN and The Telegraph it is worth following him on Instagram (his photos are worthy of #MuralMM). šŸ˜‰šŸ˜

At Apple, McCormack runs a software division (unspecified) as vice president, an area that has definitely been suffering from vulnerabilities and bugs for the past few months.

via Bloomberg, Apple World Today