What’s next for Facebook, Google, and the world of artificial intelligence?
Facebook is reportedly planning to launch an artificial intelligence platform in 2017, according to Recode.
This would be the first time the company has ever gone public with such a bold plan, but the timeline could change.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that the company is looking to bring artificial intelligence to every aspect of its business, including advertising, search, product development, and more.
While this is obviously a bold statement, it does hint at a lot of things Facebook could do with AI in the coming years.
For instance, if Facebook can find ways to get a product into users’ newsfeeds faster and better, that could potentially be a big win for users and advertisers.
This also means that it could be quite possible that we’ll see more announcements from Facebook about its AI platform in the near future.
We also don’t know what the company will use the platform for, but there is a good chance that it will likely use it for other things.
For now, the timeline of events surrounding this platform remains vague.
There are a lot going on behind the scenes at Facebook right now, so this may not be the final piece of the puzzle.
But with the recent news that Facebook has acquired artificial intelligence startup A.I.B., it does look like this platform could be a major part of the company’s future.