Mark Zuckerberg Finished His ‘Jarvis’ AI Assistant. Here’s How He Did It.
UPDATE: He uploaded this demo video showing Jarvis performing several functions on Facebook.
Jarvis is simply an AI that can talk to his phone or computer, and a thing that can control his home, including lights, a/c, toaster, and other appliances, that required hacking and reverse-engineering of APIs just to make it connected.
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