Artificial intelligence takes center stage at Facebook's F8 developer conference

Artificial intelligence takes center stage at Facebook's F8 developer conference


On Thursday May 2, 2019, Axios wrote:
The company plans to use more AI to police content on its services.

Facebooks annual developer conferences, F8, continued for a second day Wednesday with a focus on more technical news announcements, particularly around AI.

It's no surprise to see it showcase not only some of its home-grown tech, but also how its trying to be careful in its application.

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