Why Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse Is DOOMED To FAIL..
Welcome back to Primary Tech, today on the channel we are going to check out How many more warning signs does Mark Zuckerberg need to see before he pulls the plug on his metaverse? + Internal memos reportedly say Mark Zuckerberg’s big metaverse app is suffering a ‘quality’ problem, and even employees aren’t using it enough. Mark Zuckerberg’s foray into the metaverse has exhibited a growing number of warning signs in recent weeks. Zuckerberg should pause, reflect, and ask himself one important question: When is enough, enough? The Meta CEO said last year, when he changed the company’s name from Facebook, that the metaverse would be “mainstream” in five to 10 years. But the future of his company is being put to the test right here and now, while costly initiatives appear to be generating a resounding “meh” from the public.
Zuckerberg’s vision has hit severe roadblocks in a fairly short amount of time, as reported recently by multiple outlets, including The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times — and economic uncertainty has already forced Zuckerberg to freeze hiring and take other actions that have rattled employees. Meanwhile, Internal memos reportedly say Mark Zuckerberg’s big metaverse app is suffering a ‘quality’ problem, and even employees aren’t using it enough. Internal memos from Meta’s VP of Metaverse to employees working on the metaverse app highlight concerns that it has too many quality and performance issues — and that even employees don’t seem very engaged with it. The memos, obtained by The Verge’s Alex Heath, are written by Metaverse VP Vishal Shah. In them, he tells the team they will be in “quality lockdown” for the rest of the year so the issues can be fixed before more users get access to the app. Stay tuned for more details.
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