But it's already possible to get a little taste of what this technology can do.
The WSJ is one of a handful of media organisations already using the bots.
This US-based florist was used as one of the bot demonstrations at F8.
By starting a conversation with the company from the Messenger app or their desktop Facebook page, you can choose a bouquet, select the right delivery address, include a note and pay for everything - however, the service is only currently available in the US.
Wiki Project Internet, Wiki Project Software, Wiki Project Microsoft or Wiki Project Robotics may be able to help recruit an expert.Again, it's interesting to see it in action, and chatting with the bot is a little quicker than filling out the details on a regular site, especially on mobile.Spring is an American clothes retailer which has been an early adopter of the bot platform - by chatting with the company on Facebook, you can browse different items, choose your price range and see related purchases.So sending a '$AAPL' message brings you Apple's recent stock prices.You can also compare companies side-by-side, and check on the state of your portfolio - it's maybe a niche tool, but it could possibly be handy for financial types.Some users on Twitter began tweeting politically incorrect phrases, teaching it inflammatory messages revolving around common themes on the internet, such as "redpilling", Gamer Gate, and "cuckservatism".