D during a speech this week in Menlo Park, Rosewood Sand Hill, CA, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced to a senior management audience that his company's platform has started to "Trust", in what appears to be the social media giant's next foray into the fight against "false news".
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"We put [that data] in the system, and that acts as a thumbs-up or a deleti, and we will compose the intensity of this "We feel that we have the respsibility to ctinue the polarizati and find a comm ground."
Before an audience of officials media, including representatives of Buz z Feed News, Quartz, the New York Times, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Informati, NBC, Recode, Barr, The Daily Beast, The Ecomist, The Huffingt Post, Insider, The Atlantic, The New York Post and many others, Zuckerberg went to assert that Facebook is investing "billis of dollars" in a combinati of artificial intelligence (AI) as well as " tens of thousands of human moderators ", in the adre of the company's most diligent effort to keep "false news Breitbart News reports:" We will basically lose mey by advertising political, "said Zuckerberg, while acknowledging that "the big lack, it is us".
Zuckerberg's comments were made at this week's Facebook F8 annual developer cference, and represent an obvious attempt to discourage the media, either directly or indirectly.
They also come a few weeks after his appearance before members of the Senate Judiciary Committee last mth, during which the Facebook CEO was grilled by the senators about his knowledge of the situati. The Cambridge Analytics data scandal, highly publicized, and the apparent suppressi of some of its media with more cservative stories.