We're all ears, Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook's CEO will take the stage during Tuesday's F8 developers conference in San Jose, California. (Sorry, F8 has nothing to do with "Fate of the Furious.") Zuckerberg will likely talk about artificial intelligence, chatbots and other gee-whiz topics. But the real question is whether he'll address issues that have dogged the company, including grisly killings broadcast live on the social network, the proliferation of fake news on Facebook and the site's influence over the 2016 US presidential election.
Zuckerberg has already detailed some of his thoughts in a 6,000-word manifesto released in February, but this will be a high-profile appearance and an opportunity to clear the air in person.
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