Back in February, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote an open letter to the community he helped to create, outlining his desire to "connect the world" and "develop the social infrastructure to give people the power to build a global community that works".
So far in 2017, Facebook have made several changes to their user experience, in order to better adapt to a constantly evolving society, and help to address some of that society's biggest challenges. Now, we can harness the power of visual media with the Facebook Camera feature, as well as be more involved with local politics thanks to the Town Hall extension.
That's a lot of new features, but at the F8 developer conference in San Jose this week, Facebook indicated that there's still plenty to come from the Menlo Park-based tech company, who outlined a slew of fascinating new features set to adorn your news feed over the coming months. Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team gave us a whole lot to be excited for, but looking ahead, Facebook's Regina Dugan showed us a future where we can control our news feeds with nothing but our brains.