The recent interview of Mark Zuckerberg about the role of AI in the metaverse discussed how Meta AI will be trained using personal data. Holistic data ranging from publicly posted texts and images on Facebook and Instagram may be included, but private posts, messages, and biometric data collected by Meta’s virtual reality gear will not be utilized for training. The speaker mentions biometric data collected can include sensitive information such as head and eye movement, heart rate, facial expressions, and voice recordings. Privacy concerns could potentially harm Meta’s future, so it’s essential to stay informed regarding any updates regarding this topic.
The speaker discusses Zuckerberg’s recent interview about the role of AI in the metaverse, specifically how the Meta AI will be trained. Meta has acknowledged that personal data will likely be used to train the AI, including publicly posted texts and images on Facebook and Instagram. However, user data such as private posts and messages will not be used for training. The speaker raises concerns about the potential misuse of biometric data collected by Meta’s virtual reality gear, which could include details such as head and eye movement, heart rate, facial expressions, and even voice recordings. The speaker suggests that privacy concerns could damage Meta’s future, and encourages viewers to stay informed about any updates to this situation.