6,000 words letter from Facebook CEO to save the world


6,000 words letter from Facebook CEO to save the world

Are we building the world into the bona-fide direction?

The question raised by Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday kick off an open letter to the community of Facebook he helped to build. The answer to this question that he presented was he is hoping to make his business the world’s largest social network around the globe, he will also put commendable efforts in shaping the world into a better one.

He further added “”Progress now requires humanity coming together not just as cities or nations, but also as a global community”.

Unsurprisingly, the tools and tactics his teams have been bringing together from the Facebook groups feature to the company’s Safety Check system, which inform your friends that you’re OK after going through a tragedy,  all play a vital role in fulfilling the mission of Mark Zuckerberg.

Mark Zuckerberg co-founder and CEO of Facebook has been undergone into that kind of situation several times, it’s not the first time nor will it probably the last one. Others such as Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, Google’s Sundar Pichai and Microsoft’s Satya Nadella have all said their piece out, above all over the past few months since Donald Trump won the presidential election.


The 6,000 words letter he posted focuses on how to prevent terrorist attacks and increasing voter turnout worldwide.

He covered up 5 topics here is the list below

Artificial Intelligence

Mark Zuckerberg mentions Al many times and Facebook is doing a lot regarding Al like to identify an image of a person but he still thinks that there is a need to expand the technology. He particularly mentions Al that can read and understands the news which Facebook is already applying to distinguish news stories about terrorism and actual terrorist propaganda.


New community Guidelines

Because of the internet, the world has become a global village, we are not only involved socially but physically as well. In the letter, Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged that sometimes Facebook put foot in the mouth on policing user content, and reveals that how the company speciously got hold to susceptible issues like Black Lives Matter and police violence that must be put down. “This has been painful for me because I often agree with those criticizing us that we’re making mistakes,” he writes down. Zuckerberg stated he’s thinking to change the community guidelines as an outcome.


Voting via Facebook

Zuckerberg discussed thoroughly about civic engagement, especially poor voter turnout around the globe. He wants to stick that. Facebook has already pumping up the people to register and vote and he declared that about 2 million people are registered now to vote in the U.S via Facebook.  “We hope to eventually enable hundreds of millions of more people to vote in elections than do today, in every democratic country around the world,” he marked.

More communication with Politicians

In the same way, Zuckerberg also want people to communicate with the politicians more on whatsapp and facebook.

“We can help establish direct dialog and accountability between people and our elected leaders,” he writes.

Plan to introduce new tools inside groups

Zuckerberg is of the view that online groups are important and wants to create more tools maintain community leaders who are running these online communities. He also added that we plan to enlarge groups to sustain sub-communities.

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