When the US-based social network Facebook announced its next major product update, it said it wanted to be the first in a long line of companies to create a social network that didn’t rely on big data or artificial intelligence.
But it’s not a new idea.
The technology underpinning Facebook has been around for years, but the social network has always been about making friends and connecting with other people.
So the idea of Facebook making an artificial intelligence platform was pretty exciting.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he’s excited to see what new services people create.
“In the future, we’re going to be able to build tools to help people connect and communicate with each other in ways that are natural and natural for them,” Zuckerberg said.
The Facebook founder says he doesn’t think AI is a new technology, but he’s not too worried about how it might be used.
“There are ways of doing things that have been around a long time that people are still using,” Zuckerberg told TechCrunch.
“And that’s what I want to see.”
The company is planning to offer a lot of different kinds of features.
Zuckerberg said the social networking platform will allow people to create “a richer experience, more personalization, more discovery, and more personalized content.”
He said it will have an “instant message feed” that can let people discover other users’ content.
The company is also going to create an app that allows people to share photos, videos, and other content with friends.
Zuckerberg also said the platform will have “a platform for the next billion people” and it will be a “natural extension” to Facebook.
Facebook will also offer a new service for people to send photos of their cats, Zuckerberg said, but it won’t be a social media network.
It will be something that people create with their own photos, rather than relying on Facebook’s algorithm to find photos of cats.
He also said that Facebook’s new photo sharing service will allow users to send images of cats to people in their photos, which will let people get more out of the platform.