Facebook is building an AI assistant called TLDR, which will summarize the main points of news articles so that users don’t have to read the full story. TLDR is the acronym for the Internet buzzword “too long, didn’t read,” the report said. The tool will also provide audio narration of the full article and a voice assistant to answer questions about a story. < / P > < p > the social media giant is facing criticism for its role in disseminating misinformation about the new crown pandemic, the 2020 US presidential election and the black lives matter campaign. Facebook also faces antitrust lawsuits over its dominance on social networks. < / P > < p > according to buzzfeed news, news about the tool and other potential future products and features came at a year-end company wide meeting led by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday. Facebook executives also told employees that the company is developing a neural sensor that can detect people’s thoughts and translate them into action, as well as a new virtual reality social network called horizon. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen