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Mark Zuckerberg’s keynote address expected to focus on Facebook’s 2016 mistakes

BGR India Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Facebook will host its annual developer conference, F8 2017 today, which also marks the tenth anniversary of the conference. The event is set to take place in San Jose and will begin at 10.30 PM IST. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will address the keynote which is considered the biggest speech he delivers every year. As seen before, Zuckerberg will announce new features on different platforms and will most likely talk about topics like artificial intelligence, Messenger and Facebook Live. This year’s F8 might take a different turn as Zuckerberg is expected to talk about the multiple controversies Facebook has faced in the past year. Talking about the most recent event Facebook has been called out for, is the recent shooting
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