Mark Zuckerberg’s townhall at IIT-Delhi: Key highlights

 

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg held a townhall session on Wednesday at IIT-Delhi. Here are the highlights of Zuckerberg’s townhall

There was not one moment when I had a revelation that Facebook would be this big.

In terms of regulation, in India and around the world, people are trying to figure out what net neutrality regulations should be.

Net neutrality is an important principle. It’s important to have regulations which prevent companies from hurting people.

In 5-10 years we want to be able to build computer systems which conceive better, can recognize things around world, can translate language better and can understand language better.

Our mission is giving people the power to share and making the world more connected.

We are working on a solution to stop receiving Candy Crush requests.

For every 10 people that get access to internet, 1 job is created and 1 person is lifted out of poverty.

For every 10 people that get access to internet, 1 job is created and 1 person is lifted out of poverty.

India is the second biggest community we have in the world.

There are about 4 billion people in the world who do not have internet access.

Connecting people in India is one of the biggest things we can do in the world.

Our mission is to connect every person in world. A billion people in India are still not connected.

India is the most important market for Facebook.

These Townhalls are an important part of how we run Facebook.

I am excited to be in India, the energy here is awesome.

There are 130 millionFacebook users in India.

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