In  IIT Delhi India Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said India has the second biggest Facebook community.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Interactive  Section With IIT Delhi students :

  • Question No:1: Although we are 130 million users, how do you connect people who are not on Facebook or don’t have Internet access?
  • Mark Zuckerberg Ans: The first thing I say is that we can look at the efforts we have had with It is live in 24 countries in the world and growing. There are 15 million people in the world who have access to Internet because of efforts of
  • Question No2: How can we stop getting invitations on Candy Crush? this shows that how much people was irritated about candy crush invitations.
    Mark Zuckerberg Ans: This is why such townhalls are so useful. This was the top voted questions on our thread. I told my developers that can we have a solution to this problem by the time I do my Q/A. So we are doing it now.
  • Question No3: Facebook has been investing a lot in AI. What are the future products we can expect?
    Mark Zuckerberg Ans: AI (Artificial Intelligence) is really exciting. Soon we’ll be able to build much smarter computers. With AI, its going to be less about products and making the existing ones smarter. We are working on a project where AI can describe photos to blind people.
  • Question No4: How Facebook can help poor and uneducated people?
  • Mark Zuckerberg Ans: So this is a really interesting area. I sometimes wonder about the impact I can have outside Facebook. I’ve been learning about the education system.The other area is health and science. The US govt spends on 50 times more money on curing people than preventing diseases. This shows a really big opportunity. I don’t know if all diseases can be fixed in our lifetimes but maybe in the future
  • Question No5: Considering the startup buzz everywhere, what is an ideal startup?
    Mark Zuckerberg Ans: I have seen some people who are trying to start a company without figuring out what they want to do. All great companies started with people who cared about something.
  • Question No6: There comes a time when students are completely demotivated. What would your advice be?
    Mark Zuckerberg Ans: Throughout building Facebook there have been lots of challenges and you felt like you wanna give up.In the media there is a bias. The bias is that I built Facebook and Steve Jobs built Apple. There are thousands of people involved.Companies that get started with more co-founders are likely to be more successful. The reason that is because that collective resilience. No one can overcome all of the challenges by themselves.
  • Question No7: What was a decision that you took in the early days of Facebook that you regretted later?
    Mark Zuckerberg Ans: I made all kinds of mistakes. Anything you can think of, I have made all the mistakes.We are all human. No one is perfect.
  • Question No8: Can we do something on missing people?
    Mark Zuckerberg: There is a program in US and Canada called Amber alerts. Which puts the photo of missing children in people’s newsfeeds and it has been very successful. We need to work with governments and police on this. When you have a community of 1.5 billion people you have a responsibility.

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One Person Posed Question On Net neutrality To Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg :

The the CEO Of facebook responded like this

Yeah, absolutely. We’ve been working with authorities on regulation. This debate is there because countries are right now figuring out what net neutrality needs to be.Internet is expensive for carriers. What we are trying to do is offer low-bandwidth services. It’ll be a neutral platform and we won’t be a filter.What the regulation is trying to prohibit is carriers charging more for certain services That is bad.Some proponents of net neutrality say there should be no free access. But I say if a student who doesn’t have access to internet is given free access to do her homework, who is getting hurt there? The US regulations are very strong about this.There needs to be a differentiation between filtering and allowing free access to basics.I’ll leave you a thought, that people who are pushing with the petitions already have access to the internet and people who don’t have internet cant sign an online petition asking for access.

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How Mark Zuckerberg Started Facebook:(Facebook Startup History )

I built the first version of Facebook because I wanted to connect to people in my school. Back then it didn’t even occur to me that one day the entire world would be using it.We just kept doing the next thing and people kept saying this is just a fad.The skills you are getting here (in college) are what you will need to build your thing. You just have to keep doing and not let people get in the way.

Questions Posed By  IIT Delhi Student To Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg And What Answers  Zuckerberg  Gave , Zuckerberg Speech Full Length Video In English And Telugu: