Mark Zuckerberg plans to integrate AI technology ‘into every single’ Meta platform
During an all-hands meeting, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared that artificial intelligence (AI) tools will soon be integrated into every product within the company, according to reports. Zuckerberg demonstrated how ChatGPT-like features could change user photos via text prompts on Instagram and create emoji stickers for messaging services like WhatsApp. The company is planning to implement chatbots with a range of capabilities, which could converse with users in different personas. Some of the AI tools will be reserved for internal use, including the productivity assistant Metamate, which could perform tasks based on information from company systems. Zuckerberg said that the company had seen “incredible breakthroughs” in the past year, giving it the opportunity to build AI into all of its products. The company has been slow to roll out AI tools, compared to Google, Microsoft and Snapchat.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that the company is embracing the AI revolution and will integrate AI tools into every product. The CEO demonstrated how such tools could be used on Instagram, creating stickers for WhatsApp and even introducing chatbots with various capabilities. Although most of these tools will be reserved for customers, some AI products will be used internally, such as the MetaMate productivity assistant.
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Mark Zuckerberg Plans to Incorporate AI Technology in ‘Every Single’ Meta Platform.
During an all-hands meeting on Thursday, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that artificial intelligence (AI) tools would soon be integrated into every Meta product. The Facebook founder demonstrated how ChatGPT-like features would modify user photos via text prompts on Instagram and create emoji stickers for messaging services such as WhatsApp. Additionally, he plans to implement various chatbots with different personas that could converse with users. Internal AI tools, such as a productivity assistant called Metamate, will also be developed, which could answer queries and perform tasks based on company systems’ information.
Meta announced last month that it was testing tools that use AI to generate image backgrounds and variations of written copy for ad campaigns. The company has been slow to roll out AI tools compared to other major tech companies, such as Google, Microsoft, and Snapchat. The new AI push aims to expand the Metaverse, which has been struggling since its release last year. Zuckerberg also discussed Apple’s recent entry into virtual reality with its $3,499 mixed-reality headset, the Vision Pro. He commented that he wasn’t intimidated by Apple’s demo and that the future of computing wasn’t just a person sitting on a couch alone.