Mark Zuckerberg noted that 2016 has been a tumultuous year for him. So for this year, he resolves to get out more, not only to feel the air on his face or admire the outdoor view but also to meet people and learn more how they live and how they view the future.
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Zuckerberg’s New Year’s resolution posted on his Facebook account is now a tradition, dutifully awaited by his fans. Last year was a bit more ambitious as he vowed to code his own Jarvis, Tony Stark’s AI butler in Iron Man. The AI was promptly completed and demonstrated last December.
Unfortunately, Zuckerberg had to secure the services of a third-party contractor to complete this vow. Jarvis, it turned out, has been built on top of an AI technology developed by a company called Crestron, which also installed smart home technologies for billionaires such as Richard Branson and even Donald Trump for his many homes.
Clearly swamped with work and having to fend-off crisis after crisis at Facebook last year, Zuckerberg seems to be turning to his less strenuous New Year’s resolution last 2015.
Early that year, he wrote that he would be reading two books a month. Fortunately, he did not get any ideas from the more bizarre vows he made in the past such as his pledge to only eat meat that he killed.