Zuckerberg removed a line about monitoring private messages from his Facebook manifesto

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Mark Zuckerberg’s vision for AI was initially somewhat creepier than what he shared in his epic 6,000-word manifesto about the future of Facebook. 

In the post, Zuckerberg briefly touches on how artificial intelligence can be used to detect terrorist propaganda.

“Right now, we’re starting to explore ways to use AI to tell the difference between news stories about terrorism and actual terrorist propaganda so we can quickly remove anyone trying to use our services to recruit for a terrorist organization,” he wrote

That sounds like a straightforward enough application of AI — one that’s in line with what Zuckerberg and other executives have discussed in the past — but it’s different from what the CEO had originally written. Read more…

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