Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB): Facebook F8 discussion lack how the changes may affect chatbots – Benchmark Monitor

Mark Zuckerberg at F8 2019 stage focus is on the firm’s strong portfolio of messaging and app-based social services, but the social giant throughout F8 not talk about how the changes may affect chatbots.

Chatbots can offer what amounts to an extension of Facebook Messenger’s capabilities by adding a layer of AI to the communications between a business and a user. Like reserving a table at a restaurant otherwise booking a haircut. These kinds of communications can be robotic, and doing so with a chatbot can give consumers a sense of interaction with the business rather than a faceless calendar system.

According to Gartner, there are vast business prospects there; the market is expected to hike to $8 billion by 2022. And by 2020, 85% of online consumer communications could be controlled by chatbots.

Instantly, Facebook Messenger is getting an overall restructure, for instance, message threads and a cross-platform desktop app. Facebook’s messaging feature are getting more tightly combined which indicates a strong hint was coming. For instance, the end-to-end encryption that WhatsApp have will next be inMessenger.

Technical Stock Analysis

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), a Technology sector firm, traded 14.51 Million shares in last trading session and stock soared 1.53% with closing price of $195.47 per share. Company gross margins represents its total sales revenue minus its cost of goods sold (COGS), divided by the total sales revenue earned by the company, expressed as a percentage. And its good to know that the higher that percentage, the more the company retains on each dollar of sales, to service its other costs and the debt obligations, and Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB)’s gross margin stands at 82.60%.

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