Brazil is one of WhatsApp’s biggest customers, as the application is always at the top of the list of most downloaded and used by Brazilians. But we also stand out for our passion for some features in particular, especially audio.

Probably because he is more communicative, because he has a lot to talk about or because he doesn’t have much time, we can’t know, but what is certain is that Brazil is the country that sends the most audio on the famous “zap”, and who said that It was none other than Mark Zuckerberg himself.

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Brazil champion in audios, polls and stickers

The CEO of Meta, a company that owns services such as Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp itself, spoke a little about the use of these services by Brazilians during the global event “Meta Conversations”, which took place this Thursday (06) in São Paul. During his presentation, Zuckerberg made it clear that Brazil stands out in some messenger features, such as polls, audio messages and stickers.

Zuckerberg highlighted Brazil’s unique role in using these WhatsApp features, stating that “people in Brazil send more stickers, participate in more polls and send four times more voice messages on WhatsApp than in any other country”.

“A country that has truly embraced the power of messaging to connect, express itself and do business. You have made ‘Zap Zap’ your own and you are among the most active people in the world on the app.”he said, citing the affectionate nickname that WhatsApp gained here.

News for Meta’s social networks

In addition to praising the use of WhatsApp by Brazilians, Zuckerberg also took the opportunity to present significant news for WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook. One of the main new features is the introduction of Meta’s artificial intelligence assistant for these services, which will be launched in Brazil in July.

Meta’s AI assistant, based on Llama 3 technology, promises to interact with users, generate images, create texts and answer questions. This technology, which had already been presented in the United States in April, will arrive in Brazil in Portuguese, competing directly with other artificial intelligence on the market, such as ChatGPT, from OpenAI, and CoPilot, from Microsoft.

On WhatsApp, the AI ​​assistant will help companies quickly answer the most common questions received on the app, facilitating customer service. Meta aims to build the best AI service in the world, offering innovative solutions to improve interaction on its platforms, according to Mark Zuckerberg.

Source: G1


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