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Mark Zuckerberg Talks Steve Stephens: Facebook AI Will Detect Content Similar To Facebook Killer

Steve Stephens uploaded a horrifying 57-second video to Facebook of himself shooting and killing a 74-year-old man Sunday. The video lingered on Steve Stephens’ Facebook page for over 2 hours before it was removed by the website. Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, told USA Today that the killing of Robert Godwin, a grandfather from Cleveland, Ohio, has no place on Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook murder: “We will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this from happening” https://t.
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