Mark Zuckerberg builds in his house an artificial intelligence similar to Jarvis of Iron Man Updated

Mark Zuckerberg builds in his house an artificial intelligence similar to Jarvis of Iron Man Updated

Cover page Mark Zuckerberg builds in his house an artificial intelligence similar to Iron Man's Jarvis

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is reputed to choose different personal challenges every year, such as when he decided to learn Mandarin.

However, the objective that has been proposed for this year is quite special and challenging, since he plans to create an artificial intelligence that manages his whole house and helps him in the office, in the style of assistant Jarvis who always helped Tony Stark.

To start, Mark wants to install a voice control system throughout the house, but later expand the scope of the technology with the installation of smart doors capable of recognizing faces and opening automatically, while at work you can move to the next level to to be able to interact with the data in a virtual reality.

Start researching what technologies are currently there. Then start teaching him to understand my voice so he can control everything in our house, such as music, lights, temperature, etc. I will also teach you to open the door automatically when friends come to visit us and ring the bell. I also teach her to monitor what happens in Max's room when I'm not with her. And at work, I want to show data in a virtual reality to be able to create better services and lead my organizations more effectively.

As Mark himself has said, the subject of this year is the invention, and it will be necessary to invent new technologies in order to carry out such a great challenge.

It will not be so far-fetched to think that if he succeeds, he will be able to market it in some future for all households. In fact, there is currently no software on the market capable of managing so many aspects of a house, although there are several independent applications and products that can be controlled in this way, although all of them created by different companies and with different software.

We will see if Mark manage to complete this challenge by building his codes from scratch without having to resort to the creations of other companies, such as the Apple HomeKit or Google Now.