Facebook’s inbuilt artificial intelligence assistant Jarvis gone viral after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Post Video on Facebook. Facebook Jarvis can control appliances, play music, recognize faces and, perhaps most impressively, entertain toddler, and many more. Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman has given his voice for Jarvis.
Facebook CEO wrote a post on Monday that he spent 100 hours putting together the virtual assistant – named after the artificial intelligence system in “Iron Man” – which understands spoken commands as well as text messages.
Jarvis’s skills: Adjusting the home thermostat, turning on lights and operating the toaster. The virtual assistant texts Zuckerberg images of visitors who stop by during the day, and opens the front door for those it recognizes.
Zuckerberg also offers an example of Jarvis at work, “Max woke up a few minutes ago. I’m entertaining her,” the virtual assistant (voiced by Morgan Freeman) tells Zuckerberg, before turning his attention to the toddler. “Good morning Max, let’s practice our Mandarin.”
Zuckerberg plans to create an Android app for the robot and connect it to more appliances around the house, such as his Big Green Egg grill. The ultimate challenge, he says, is “to build a system that could learn completely new skills on its own.“
This is the video posted by Mark Zuckerberg: