The following is an excerpt from Heather Kelly | May 2, 2018 | CNN.com |
Artificial intelligence that detects posts from terrorists. A virtual reality version of yourself that looks and moves like a real human. Instant translations of thousands of languages.
For the second day of F8 developer's conference in San Jose, Facebook switched from data scandal apologies and new features, such as its dating service, to cool experimental projects and ... ethics.
Facebook executives on Wednesday outlined the company's latest advances in artificial intelligence, connectivity and virtual reality. The research is shaping the next generation of Facebook. For example, it believes people will one day be hanging out together in virtual reality versions of their kitchens.
Amid Facebook's tumultuous past year of scandals -- including election interference, fake news and Cambridge Analytica's use of personal data -- the company is focusing on the positive side of innovation across its products.
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