Noting that society will likely see "tens of millions of jobs replaced by automation like self-driving cars and trucks", Zoinkerberg continued: "When our parents graduated, objective reliably came from your job, your church, your community". Here he talked about fighting inequality, strengthening the global community and also how the future generation can bring goal to the world.
"At tomorrow's commencement, I'll share what I've learned about our generation and the world we're all building together", he wrote in a post that also had a picture of his old dorm room in which he lived while first building Facebook. "He called it his "best memory from Harvard".
Talking to the audience he said, "I had just launched this prank website Facemash, and the ad board wanted to "see me".
Zuckerberg described how one of the most important ideas for students is just to get things started.
Zuckerberg said in a statement "When our parents graduated, objective reliably came from your job, your church, your community". My friends threw me a going-away party.
Zuckerberg told the Harvard graduating class that he knows he never would have been able to take the risk of leaving Harvard to create Facebook if he did not had the support of his family. "Few inventions in modern times can rival Facebook in its far-reaching impact on how people around the globe interact with one another", Harvard President Drew Faust said in a news release.
Zuckerberg said that on his tour around the states, he met opioid addicts and others who had fallen on hard times with factory closings, who said they might not have suffered if they had something to do. That could have been a really sad video. "This may be the thing that they're gonna be most proud of me for", Zuckerberg joked to wrap up the live stream.
The similarity in tone was likely not accident: Zuckerberg, who ditched the hoodie for a presidential suit, put forth ideas all shared by the president, and used phraseology and vocal rhythms similar him, too.
The Facebook co-founder received an honorary diploma and held a speech in front of the graduates, urging them to follow their dreams. What began as a closed networking site for Harvard students is now a global communications force with almost 2 billion members. She completed her degree and went on to become a pediatrician.