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Meta’s AI investment plan has backfired on Zuckerberg

25 April 2024

10:40 PM

25 April 2024

10:40 PM

It will write your WhatsApp messages for you. It will post a cute picture of your cat on Instagram, even if you don’t actually have a cat. And it will put some enhanced memories up for you on Facebook, while cheerfully making connections with people you don’t know and who may well not actually exist… When Mark Zuckerberg started explaining his plans for Meta – the company formerly known as Facebook – to start investing billions of dollars in Artificial Intelligence (AI) yesterday, investors should have been cheering all the lucrative possibilities.

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