Mark Zuckerberg finally demoed his Jarvis

If you have been following the Co-founder and CEO of world’s largest social media on the InternetMark Zuckerberg on Facebook then you would probably know that Mark has been working on an Artificial Intelligent system to run his house from about an year. He has shared about this in past.

Yes, it is very similar to Jarvis in the popular Iron Man movies. It was one of the coolest thing in Marvel movies. And now the same kind of thing has come to reality in Mark Zuckerberg’s house. This artificial intelligence system is result of a coding challenge.

In the recent post Mark has showcased his Jarvis in a funny way (wait till you watch the video).  He shared a video where he is showcasing the tasks Jarvis does for him using his AI-powered app.

The video starts from Jarvis wishing him a good morning and updating him with the temperature and schedule for the day. This system gives updates Mark about his baby boy Max and keeps entertaining him. The system can ready the breakfast, throw a fresh tshirt for Mark from a cannon, play songs, setup video conferences and many more.

Jarvis works with not only them members inside the room, but it can also recognize faces of people at the door and inform Mark about it.

All of this happens, of course, with voice commands, but Mark can use text to do the same as well.

Here is the video Mark Zuckerberg Shared recently:


After a year of coding, here’s Jarvis.

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, December 20, 2016


Mark Zuckerberg believes that it will take another 5 to 6 years to build a solution like this to make available for people to be a host in their houses.

Abhishek Balani

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