Meta sees an opportunity to bring AI-powered chatbots to billions of people. This was announced to investors by the CEO of the technological giant, Mark Zuckerberg. At the same time, he did not specify exactly how Meta will add generative AI to its applications, writes
The Verge.

“We’re exploring chat experiences in WhatsApp and Messenger, visual creation tools for posts in Facebook and Instagram and ads, and over time video and multi-modal experiences as well,” Zuckerberg said on the earnings call.

He also expects these tools to be valuable to everyone, from ordinary people to creators and businesses.

”For example, I expect that a lot of interest in AI agents for business messaging and customer support will come once we nail that experience. Over time, this will extend to our work on the metaverse, too, where people will much more easily be able to create avatars, objects, worlds, and code to tie all of them together,” explained the general director of the company.

Mark Zuckerberg also added that generative AI products are planned to be introduced in the coming months, so the company will no longer lag behind in creating an artificial intelligence infrastructure.

As you know, Meta hasn’t released anything similar to ChatGPT in the public domain yet. Although the company released an AI language model called LLaMA for researchers earlier this year.

Meta recently announced an update of WhatsApp Desktop for Windows, which will include faster speeds and improved calling features. The update promises faster app load times and smoother interface animations.