A generation of online social networks are now in the planning stages, with some suggesting a return to the way people would connect with one another in the late 1800s.
The idea is gaining traction in a global economy where it’s easier to reach out to your friends via email or chat and connect with those close to you.
But even as social networks become a more common occurrence, a lot of those online connections are being driven by the likes of Google and Facebook, not to mention the hundreds of millions of people who still use their phones and tablets to share information and interact with each other.
The next generation of digital social networks will not be limited to social networks.
Instead, they’ll be powered by the same technologies that allow people to communicate online: artificial intelligence.
At least that’s the vision of some, such as the CEO of Facebook’s artificial intelligence unit, Nick Wood, and Google’s senior director of machine learning, Adam Jonas.
Wood, Jonas and other AI experts predict a world where the technology will be used for more than just social networking.
They also believe that artificial intelligence will become a way to improve and democratize our ability to understand the world around us.
In an interview with Bloomberg Television, Wood and Jonas said that the future of social networks would not be constrained to just sharing content or making friends.
It would be more focused on creating and delivering useful information to people around the world.
“We are seeing a convergence of many of the technologies that are making it easier to do things like create and build communities online today,” Wood said.
Wood and Jonas believe that the best way to create a better world for all people is to create tools that help people to live better lives.
Jonas said that Facebook’s AI will soon be able to do some things that other social networks cannot.
For example, the company recently created a new “group” feature that allows people to create, manage and share groups of friends.
That feature, Jonas said, will help users find the friends they want to share things with and will help them get around their shared activities in the most efficient way.
And while the AI will likely do some of the work, it won’t be the only one.
Other groups of AI, such a “deep learning” program called “deep neural networks,” will help build a better way to learn, according to Jonas.
What’s next for the internet of things?
A key area of AI development is creating the kinds of devices and services that people can use to control, connect, communicate, store, and even share information.
The future of these devices will include sensors that are able to sense pressure, temperature, and humidity and even detect and respond to sound.
But the technology is also developing into more sophisticated sensors that will enable more powerful computing and other features that will allow for more accurate, personalizing services, like voice-to-text and messaging.
That includes an idea called the “internet of things,” which is being touted by some in the tech community as a new way to connect with and control people, cars, appliances, homes, and other devices that have sensors.
For the next 10 years, these technologies are expected to deliver more and more data about us, helping us make better and smarter decisions.
For now, however, the technology to create these services and apps will be driven by AI, not by a new generation or the technologies of the internet.
We’re just beginning to see the full impact of this transformation, said James Anderson, chief technology officer at the Association for Computing Machinery, a tech industry trade group.
It’s not going to be something that you can control, he said.
It’s going to have a massive impact on how we use technology in the future.
Anderson believes that the next decade will see more of the new social networks emerge.
Some of them will be built on top of the existing internet of devices, such Facebook’s Instant Messenger.
Others will use different technologies to allow users to interact more directly with their friends.
And some will build on existing products and services and be more useful to their users.
But some of these services will have more than their share of problems.
Some users will likely not be able or willing to share their data in ways that would make them more comfortable or useful.
And there will likely be some users who won’t like that these services are built on a platform that’s built on trust, and that it’s easy to use and secure.
In a conversation with Bloomberg, Jonas called this the “solution problem.”
If people can’t trust one another, they won’t interact with one each other, he explained.
That makes it harder for people to share, he argued.
And, Anderson added, it makes it hard for people in developing countries to connect.
He said the “big problem” is that people in these places don’t have Internet access, meaning they are unable to get their friends and