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Keynote speakers include Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer; Connectivity Program Director Yael Maguire; Applied Machine Learning Director Joaquin Quiñonero Candela; Oculus VR Chief Scientist Michael Abrash; and Building 8 Vice President Regina Dugan.
Mark Zuckerberg opened the conference with a keynote about how the camera is the first mainstream augmented reality platform.
People are already using the cameras on their phones to write text on images, add digital objects and modify existing things with face filters and style transfers.
Facebook Spaces lets you easily phone a friend in the real world with Messenger video calling, so you can bring even more people into your VR space.