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Amazon Exec Laughs at Mark Zuckerberg’s Make-Believe Metaverse – IndiaBlogger.in

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers the keynote address on the opening day of the 2015 Mobile World Congress.
Zuckerberg is in the hot seat after Meta saw stock prices drop 26% in one day.

Amazon’s head of devices took a dig at Meta on Thursday, saying the company is working on enhancing a virtual world that would tempt people to ignore the real world.

David Limp said, “I want to try to work on techniques that lift people’s heads, inspire them to enjoy the real world about them, make family a more communal experience.” said During The Wall Street Journal’s Future of Everything festival. He also noted that if he asked the audience what they thought the Metaverse was, they would get “205 different answers”.

You don’t kick a horse when he’s down, but tech industry guys keep him dunking Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse As his company bleeds, and his stock continues to decline.

Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, is owned by Investment Over $10 Billion As Its In The Elusive Metaverse Shares fall 26 per cent this year The year. No one really understands what the metaverse is, despite Zuckerberg’s best efforts to sell people as his future.

This isn’t the first time a tech executive has ridiculed the blurry concept of the Zuckerberg metaverse. last month, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel, arguably himself a pioneer of augmented reality, calls the Metaverse “vague and fanciful.” His company denies using the term around its offices. In an interview with the Guardian in April, Spiegel also reiterated Limp’s concern, saying, “Just ask a room of people how to define it, and everyone’s definition is completely different.”

this is true. Googling the word for yourself gives you different definitions. It’s a virtual world most people can agree on, and it somehow mixes virtual reality, augmented reality, and social media to create a sort of digital, three-dimensional version of the Internet (think) ralph breaks the internet,

But Meta is really banking on this virtual world because Flagship social network loses (and then regains) users, On Wednesday, META’s president of global affairs, Nick Clegg, wrote a lengthy blog post Titled, “Making the Metaverse: What It Is, How It Will Be Built, and Why It Matters.” The long-standing post unfortunately failed to answer all those questions.

The term “metaverse” is actually a bit misleading, as ‘verse’ implies that you are transported to another ‘universe.’ Of course, there is an escapism inherent in using some of these techniques – such as an immersive gaming experience. But the metaverse is much more than that,” Clegg wrote. “It is ultimately about finding more ways to realize the benefits of the online world in our daily lives – enriching our experiences, not replacing them.”

Whatever that means, it’s not really helping to sell Zuckerberg’s virtual world fantasy for now, but it may be that when the company has a better understanding of what the Metaverse wants, it can help its users. will start translating for For now, it’s too conceptual, and irrelevant.


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