The world of Big Tech has started to become something of a war of words, as Silicon Valley leaders start hitting each other heavily on the social media.
On Tuesday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey pointed his arrows at Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg criticizing his latest announcement on metaverse.
Dorsey commented on the tweet about the origin of the term “metaverse”, describing it as “a company-owned virtual world. in end users are treated as citizens in a dystopia of corporate dictatorship “.
Zuckerberg, who co-founded the social network in 2004, he claimed that the key to Facebook’s future lies in the concept of a metaverse, based on living users in a virtual world. Oculus VR headsets and services are an essential part of achieving this vision.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk, in turn, opened another front in the war of words, after yesterday replying to a tweet about Google’s “greatest evil,” saying “Big Tech” is where talent dies.
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