Second Mark Zuckerberg, the future will be more and more virtual in ten years. Between videochat, holograms, viewers for augmented reality and robots to chat with, here is the vision of the future of the man who has created an Internet giant (even if at the moment he is not navigating in excellent waters, given the decline in shares and activities of users of the social network).
According to Mark, therefore, we will soon be inundated with videos, we will use chats to access any type of service and we will all be connected to the Net. Mark spoke about it by opening the annual conference for F8 developers speaking of the global community: «Our mission is to connect people. We believe in giving a voice to each individual, in the free circulation of ideas and cultures between different nations. Today, however, the world is full of voices calling for the construction of walls between populations. It takes courage to choose hope instead of giving in to fear, but instead of raising barriers, together we can create bridges and give anyone an opportunity ».
One "problem", according to Zuckerberg, is that still today 4 billion people have no connection, due to the lack of infrastructure and excessive costs for users: "There are two billion people who live in covered areas and can afford to access the Internet. The problem is that they do not yet know the opportunities that the Internet can offer today".
On videos, according to the creator of Facebook, users love streaming videos, live content: «People love the direct because it is more instinctive, less artificial, and even celebrities are crazy about it, since they attract many more viewers than a TV show ». For this reason, Live Video will soon occupy a position of its own, to see who is live at that moment in any part of the world.