Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has had a busy month already. Apart from chatting with ISS astronauts using Facebook Live, the 32-year-old entrepreneur also found two of his social media accounts hacked – Twitter and Pinterest.

To make this month even busier, Zuckerberg on Wednesday announced he will be holding his first Q&A session on Facebook Live on Tuesday next week.

Making the announcement in a post on his Facebook profile, Zuckerberg said the Q&A session powered by Facebook Live would be different from the Townhall Q&As he has held in the past, saying the medium is more interactive.

Zuckerberg said the session will cover topics users are interested in, such as “connecting the world, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, live video, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and more.”

As before, users can leave questions that they want to ask Zuckerberg on the Facebook post. The highest voted ones will be answered by the Facebook CEO.

The Facebook Live Q&A session with Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled for 11:30am PT on Tuesday (12am IST on Wednesday).

Facebook is investing a lot into its new Live platform, and in the recent past has expanded the feature in several ways. This latest Q&A session will serve as an example of the power of the platform, something the company was obviously also looking to do with its ISS Facebook Live session earlier this month.