Mark Zuckerberg talks AI, online storage, and lizard lineage in first ever Live Q&A

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg yesterday hosted the first ever Live Q&A session on the social network. While Zuckerberg has done Q&A sessions with fans at townhalls in the past, this is the first time the session was conducted entirely online, using Facebook Live. The session kicked off with the most popular question, a Facebook user asking for online storage on the social network, akin to Google Drive and OneDrive. Of course, while Zuckerberg failed to give anything more than a vague answer, his positive response of “we’re working on it” does inspire some excitement. Aside from other expected troll questions, one of the fan queries involved users with disabilities. To that end, Zuckerberg mentioned Facebook’s work in artificial intelligence, which currently involves AI development that helps disabled users on the…


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