Mark Zuckerberg denies running for public office

Mark Zuckerberg denies running for public office

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has denied a current tour of USA states is the start of a campaign to run for public office.

Facebook's algorithms now focus on connecting you to "people you may know" and have been blamed for giving users' the unfounded perception that most other people hold political and social views similar to their own, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to move past that and strengthen the social network's community by connecting users to people they should know.

"Some of you have asked if this challenge means I'm running for public office".

Zuckerberg touched on how he wants Facebook's role in society to evolve in a lengthy post on Sunday summarizing some of his learnings from touring the US.

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"I'm doing it to get a broader perspective to make sure we're best serving our community of nearly 2 billion people at Facebook and doing the best work to promote equal opportunity at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative".

Zuckeberg's recent actions have stirred some speculation he may run for the White House. He describes those as people outside a user's social circle who he says "provide a new source of support and inspiration".

Currently, Facebook's machine learning endeavors are focused on data gathering, processing, and analysis to find ways in which to make the platform better in every aspect.

The billionaire noted that while in OH, he met with recovering heroin addicts.

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He also wrote about poverty in the Southern states, and how "few people move to seek better opportunities elsewhere", even though research has shown that it does help fight economic inequality.

She says two bodyguards were following about 10 feet behind them, but otherwise, "they were just minding their own business like two normal people". "I've found this is generally wrong and the people I've met are rational", he added.

Facebook is looking for the new people, who are beyond the facebook users, he said. "We've built AI systems to recommend "people you may know", he said. "I believe that if we do this, we will make progress on a lot of our greatest opportunities and challenges".

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