Zuckerberg: AI’s Future Lies in Open-Source Innovation, Not Closed Platforms


Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg believes that the future of AI will not be dominated by a single, all-powerful technology, but rather by a diverse range of AI tools that cater to different interests and needs. In a recent interview, Zuckerberg expressed his disdain for companies that try to hoard AI technology, saying that it’s not about creating a “one true AI” but rather about unlocking the potential of AI for the masses.

Zuckerberg emphasized the importance of open-source AI, which he believes will allow more people to experiment and build upon existing AI tools. He also criticized unnamed competitors who he sees as trying to create a closed AI platform, saying that this approach is not conducive to creating the best experiences for people.

The Meta CEO’s comments come as the company is testing its AI Studio software in the US, which will allow creators to build AI avatars that can interact with users through Instagram’s messaging system. Zuckerberg believes that this technology has the potential to revolutionize the way people communicate and interact with each other.

In the interview, Zuckerberg also touched on the progress being made with the company’s smart glasses, which he believes will be a key player in the future of AI. He noted that the glasses will have a more immediate appeal than full holographic displays, which are still in development.

Zuckerberg also discussed the potential for neural interfaces, which he believes could one day allow people to communicate with AI using only their brain signals. He cautioned, however, that this technology is still in its infancy and will likely take time to develop.

The Meta CEO also expressed his thoughts on the future of smartphones, saying that he believes they will eventually become less central to our daily lives as other technologies, such as smart glasses, become more prevalent. He noted that people now use their smartphones for tasks that they previously did on their computers, and that this trend will continue with the rise of smart glasses.

Sarah Perez
Sarah Perez
Staff writer. Previously, Sarah worked for over three years at ReadWriteWeb, a technology news publication. Before working as a reporter, Perez worked in I.T. across a number of industries, including banking, retail and software.

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