Move over, Mark Zuckerberg. British mobile provider EE plans to use high-flying balloons and drones to connect rural communities Patent-pending technology will service the most remote parts of the UK, providing coverage in […] The post EE’s Drones, Balloons Provide Cell Service in Rural UK appeared first on Geek.com.
His 6,000-word treatise on Facebook’s purpose sets a good example.
Mark Zuckerberg says he wants the platform to make the world a better place. Is that possible?
Last month, Mark Zuckerberg told the world he was not, as some had suspected, planning on running for president in 2020. Tuesday, (...)
“A strong news industry is... critical to building an informed community. Giving people a voice is not enough without having people dedicated to uncovering new information and analyzing it. There is more we must do to support the news industry to make sure this vital social function is sustainable—from growing local news, to […]
It actually kinda makes sense if you think about it. You know, just a regular Tuesday in Tuscaloosa when a multi billionaire tech visionary comes through to talk to the most successful coach in college football. That’s what happened when Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan rolled by to have a chat with Nick Saban and some of the Bama team. Show More Summary
At the beginning of the year, Mark Zuckerberg set himself an ambitious challenge: visit and meet with people in all 50 states by the end of the year. It didn’t take long for speculation to begin. Some suggested the Facebook CEO was positioning himself to run for president in 2020 or 2024. Show More Summary
Zuckerberg was in Tuscaloosa while taking a trip throughout the state
Via The Daily Bell Facebook Plans to Rewire Your Life. Be Afraid... Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's manifesto, penned clearly in response to accusations leveled at the social network in the wake of the bitter U.S. election campaign, is a scary, dystopian document. Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is in many ways an enemy of free and fair journalism, but that won’t stop him from pushing out a nauseating photo op accompanied by meaningless drivel about his appreciation for journalists. Read more...
We all know that Mark Zuckerberg's resolution for 2017 is to visit and meet people in every U.S. state by the end of the year. SEE ALSO: 14 best quotes about Facebook's master plan from Mark Zuckerberg's press tour Faithful to his "personal...Show More Summary
Some pundits have read Zuckerberg’s recent moves as laying the groundwork for a campaign for public office. However, his manifesto lays the groundwork for a very different kind of campaign: he has taken to the bully pulpit to regain users’ trust.
The Mark Zuckerberg I knew in Facebook’s early days was not someone who snowed reporters, mostly because he didn’t know how. He’d answer questions in single words, or sometimes not at all. PR handlers were almost never in the room. But...Show More Summary
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in 2010. (The Crunchies! / (CC BY-ND 2.0)) “Facebook is the grim sign of something going seriously wrong in our economic model,” write the editors of The Observer in a review of a 5,700-word “manifesto”...Show More Summary
Ever since the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk came bursting into every tech startup channel, the callouts for Generation Y, most commonly known as the millenials, have never been more negative. As millennials started to enter...Show More Summary
This week's milestones in the history of technology include Alan Turing anticipating today’s deep learning by intelligent machines and concerns about the of AI on jobs, Clifford Stoll anticipating Mark Zuckerberg, and establishing the FCC and NPR.
The word “community” appears, by my rough count, 98 times in Mark Zuckerberg’s latest message to the masses. In a post-fact world, truth is approached, perhaps even created, through repetition. The message that is transmitted most often is the fittest message, the message that wins. Verification becomes a matter of pattern recognition. It’s the epistemology of the […]
Mark Zuckerberg’s vision of a future in which Facebook knows us better than we know ourselves and can “identify problems before they happen” offers a frightening look at the “precrime” world of tomorrow’s “big data”
He says that Facebook is developing AI to create a global democracy—kind of.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's manifesto, penned clearly in response to accusations levelled at the social network in the wake of the bitter US election campaign, is a scary, dystopian document. It shows hat Facebook - launched,Show More Summary