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Cartoons: Mark Zuckerberg faces Congress

12 Abril 2018

He was reportedly given a crash course in "public speaking, humility, and charm" by hired a team of experts, including a former special assistant to former US president George W Bush. This is only 13 pages.

"It was my mistake and I'm sorry". But it's a loss for the rest of us.

Companies can also match their information on what your purchase in stores - that box of cereal at the supermarket, for example - and marry it with Facebook account information. Welch told Zuckerberg that both Facebook and Congress need to cooperate on new rules and that privacy cannot be based solely on company policy.

Cantwell asked: "Do you think Palantir ever scraped data from Facebook?". You can learn how to protect your personal information on Facebook here.

Facebook shares were up 1.2 per cent on Wednesday after dips earlier in the day.

So far, the private sector has mostly been involved in designing algorithms for clinical decision support, but bioethical training programs should take a cue from the Facebook scandal and develop curricula that reflects trends in health care delivery to better inform these algorithms.

By the time of the hearing's first break, Facebook's share price had risen by 5% - adding £3bn to his net worth.

Mark Zuckerberg made the disclosure during his second day of being questioned in Washington.

A report in the journal Science revealed that artificial intelligence may actually amplify implicit racial and gender biases by picking up deeply ingrained prejudices concealed within language patterns.

Zuckerberg again noted Facebook does not sell the information, but rather "shows the message to the right people". He said he believes that in "five to ten years", AI may play a primary role in automatically detecting hate speech and ridding Facebook of the problem.

Zuckerberg said at a House hearing Wednesday that it is "inevitable that there will be some sort of regulation".

"OK, let's get familiar with the details", Blackburn snarked.

Facebook is obsessed with live video, and it wants you to be able to stream live from any device - even a drone. "And more than 70 million small businesses now use Facebook to grow and create jobs".

When pressed further to name one competing product, he stuck to his argument but still failed to name a direct competitor.

During the grilling session, a Senator asked Zuckerberg who owned an individual's presence online? He was confident. He capably tackled many of the queries proposed last week by Bloomberg columnists.

At the hearing, Zuckerberg said: "We didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibility, and that was a big mistake".

Facebook has been under fire after a massive data breach threatened personal information of 87 million of its users.

"How can consumers have control over their data when Facebook does not have control over the data?" asked Representative Frank Pallone of New Jersey, the ranking Democrat on the Energy and Commerce committee.

This question was also raised by Twitter user Alp Ozcelik in a series of tweets. It made evident the inability/unwillingness of US senators to ask questions that have far-reaching consequences for data privacy. "Don't consider Facebook to be media company or financial institution".

Cartoons: Mark Zuckerberg faces Congress