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Facebook launches AI video-calling device 'Portal'


Facebook launches a range of AI-powered video-calling devices, a strategic revolution for the social network giant in its bid for a slice of a market currently dominated by Amazon and Google.

Added on the 09/10/2018 14:44:44 - Copyright : AFP EN

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