Facebook will let people send thoughts directly to friends, and AI will know exactly what they want to read, Mark Zuckerberg says
Facebook is working to let people communicate using technology that lets them share their thoughts, rather than having to communicate through text or pictures, Mark Zuckerberg has said.
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