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A disruptive cocktail of personal AI, brain interface and 36Gbps links

Facebook’s annual F8 developer conference is becoming a very valuable barometer of the way mobile web markets are evolving. The past two years’ events were heavily focused on broadening and opening up its platforms, especially on mobile devices, to move well beyond social media and make it the hub for a user’s entire digital experience. They also saw the beginnings of Facebook’s attempt to disrupt the telecoms hardware platform by applying the open source approaches which have become the norm in software. The efforts to expand the Facebook platform into every aspect of a user’s life, and even into the telco market, have included an increasingly large dose of artificial intelligence (AI), so it was no surprise, at this year’s…

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