Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook has revealed that he is not a robot
Meta Platforms CEO Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged he “comes across as robotic” when he interacts with Meta workers in an interview with NBC News.
Several years ago, Zuckerberg said to a student at a public high school Q&A inadvertently “You need to focus and make every effort to avoid letting things disturb you, but since you’re human, things will inevitably bother you. I was a person. I remain a human. But I was only making a past-tense reference to myself. Not that I lacked humanity.
The 37-year-old millionaire recently paid a visit to the awkwardly well-liked “Lex Fridman Podcast,” where Fridman asked Zuckerberg to “circle all of the traffic lights” in order to verify that he is not a robot.
After Zuckerberg finished the CAPTCHA successfully, Fridman said, “You actually did it. That performance was outstanding. Okay, we can now begin the interview process.
Both parties grinned in jest after it was finished. The interview’s opening query was presented shortly after that.
This is not the first time a robot has been used to represent “the Zuck.” In a well-known skit from the “Weekend Update” part of the show in 2018, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was portrayed as a “unfeeling, robotic CEO.”
Zuckerberg has devoted his life to developing tools for human interaction, despite the fact that others may find him to be robotic. An illustration of this is Facebook’s $10 billion investment in the metaverse to create Meta Platforms.
By fusing the physical world with the virtual world, Zuckerberg hopes that this area will transform the way people create and interpret what is real.
The physical and virtual worlds combine to form the real world, but as technology advances, the physical world will make up less and less of the actual world, which will present many options for individuals.