I Gave the MIT Commencement Speech for 2023

I Gave the MIT Commencement Speech for 2023

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40 Responses

  1. UserInterface00 says:

    As an actual engineer, Mark is the perfect choice to give a comment speech at MIT. Well deserved.

  2. Aristofanis Rontogiannis says:

    Hey Mark. I was one of the students in the crowd! Your speech really resonated with me, especially your advice regarding assuming kind intentions from the people close to you. I am someone who often struggles in social settings and overanalyzes all the interactions I have. These days whenever I feel anxious about how I am perceived I try to remind myself of your advice and it really helps 🙂

  3. Animatopolis says:

    Graduating from MIT is already amazing, but having Mark Rober give the commencement speech is the cherry on top.

  4. Ofentse Mwase Films says:

    Well Done Mark!🔥😂🔥

  5. Eclipseify says:

    Amazing speech Mark! I hope someday I’ll be among students at MIT as well. I’ve always looked up to you as an idol. Creative, smart, kind, and willing to embrace the unknown. Congratulations on your speech! ❤ ❤ ❤

  6. Mike Malloy says:

    I’m in my early 60’s and going through some depressing times. This was so uplifting to me, even brought a few surprising tears. Thank you Mark for renewing my spirit on life. 🙂

  7. Millionaire Millennial says:

    For someone who gets nervous public speaking, you spanked it 😎

  8. Robert Miller says:

    🎉 Mark thank you for being so humble, and posting this speech, it was uplifting 🎉

  9. ChaosBird88 says:

    Wow. Mark really had this coming – he is a great example of a great engineer, and I’m sure the graduates enjoyed ChatGPT’s speech through Mark’s mouth.

  10. Noglista Zone says:

    Hello mark, I was that one confused pet in that comment speech at MIT. I was very confused but the speech you gave was very inspiring. I bet that the entirety of Gen Z or any other generation might have picked up a thing or two from that amazing speech. Thank you for inspiring our childhoods and us confused pets.

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