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F8: Zuckerberg takes on Trump, unveils Facebook's 10-year planCEO Mark Zuckerberg takes a dig at Donald Trump during a speech at the social network's F8 developers conference. He also lays out plans for bots in Messenger, live and 360-degree video, and VR glasses.
Mark Zuckerberg didn't mention Donald Trump by name but it's clear he doesn't support the Republican presidential candidate's immigration stance. I hear fearful voices calling for building walls and for slowing immigration. Zuckerberg used the F8 developers conference in San Francisco to emphasize Facebook's mission to connect people worldwide. Instead of building walls Build Bridges and instead of dividing people we can help bring people together. Zuckerberg also shows his vision for the future of Facebook. Showing off big plans for the next ten years. For the popular messenger app; users will be able to get personalized needs and shop directly with retailers, thanks to Bot. A bot is software that automates person to person interactions like ordering flowers. Well if you wanna send flowers, you don't have to install a new app. You just send a message. With video on Facebook, Zuckerberg envisions being able to show off his child's first steps in 360 degrees. Drone flyers will soon be able to stream live video to Facebook. Say hi everyone. Hey. Out of the void, Phil began to focus on names to provide intimate access, incubating more artificial intelligence and creating virtual augmented reality experiences with glasses. Eventually we're going to have, what looks like normal looking glasses, that can do both virtual and augmented reality. [INAUDIBLE] Facebook is hoping to be your one stop shop for everything you do online. In San Francisco, Lexi [INAUDIBLE] cnet.com for CBS news. [SOUND]