The Metaverse Is Not The Only One Working On It

2021.10.23

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Silicon Valley giants would end up monopolizing the metaverse:

The Metaverse is not the only one working on it, and no single company will own and operate it. A further one billion dollars from investors is anticipated to support its long term plans on building the metaverse. Specific metaverses will not be specific companies to specific companies. There is only going to be one metaverse,” said Tuong Nguyen, an analyst who tracks immersive technologies for research firm Gartner. Facebook and a handful of other Silicon Valley giants have concerns.  They would end up monopolizing the metaverse and use it to collect data. Facebook announced a $50 million investment last month for global research and partnerships with civil rights groups, nonprofits, governments and universities to develop products. No single company will own and operate the metaverse because they are not the only ones working on it. Epic Games, whose Fortnite game developed and is already expanding into a metaverse franchise, has raised over $1 billion from investors. There will not be specific metaverses, such as companies. There will only be one metaverse, said Tuong Nguyen, a research analyst who tracks immersive technologies for research firm Gartner. Concerns are raised by Facebook and others.  Silicon Valley giants would end up monopolizing the metaverse and use it to collect and profit from personalFacebook announced a $50 million investment in research and partnerships with civil rights groups, nonprofits, governments and universities last month. The song 8 Diagrams debut in 2007 and peaked at No.  1. It’s number nine on the Top R & B and HipHop Albums list. A holographic portrait of Ol’ Dirty Bastard will be appearing on stage at this year’s Rock the Bells showA previously unreleased version of ‘From the Personal Vaults of the RZA’ has hit the Internet. Narrated by Kristen Radtke, it explores the ways in which we attempt to feel closer to one another and the distance that remains. Radtke shared a history of loneliness and longing but it is difficult to share. The graphic essay was established by Kristen Radtke. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Atlantic VogUE, GQ and the Oxford Journal of American History. The art director of ‘The Believer’ is made by her. A wickedly humorous homage to the classic Final Girl trope from horror and slasher films from New York. Andrea Bartz is a Brooklyn-based journalist and the author of the New York Times bestseller and Reese Book Club. A professor of mathematics education at Stanford, as well as the cofounder of YoucubedLex Fridman is with her and talks about learning mathematics.

 

 

Facebook defends its approach to combating hate speech, in response to a Wall Street Journal article:

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