Facebook tests a virtual assistant on Facebook’s Messenger

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Published: July 14, 2015 2:44:46 PM

Facebook has been working on a virtual assistant.

Facebook has been working on a virtual assistant.

According to engadget.com, the virtual assistant project is called Moneypenny and this feature will be available on Facebook’s Messenger app and will allow the users to ask real people for help with things.

The new feature will help with research and shopping of the users.

A release date of Moneypenny was not given and details are sparse.

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