Mark Zuckerberg is an American technology entrepreneur and philanthropist who is best known as the co-founder and CEO of Facebook, the world’s largest social networking platform. Born on May 14, 1984, in New York, Zuckerberg was interested in computers from a young age and developed several software programs while still in high school.

Zuckerberg attended Harvard University, where he co-founded Facebook with his roommates in 2004. The platform quickly grew in popularity and has since become a global phenomenon with over 2.8 billion active users worldwide.

Under Zuckerberg’s leadership, Facebook has expanded into other areas such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and e-commerce. He is known for his ambitious vision for the future of technology, which includes developing new ways for people to connect and communicate.

Zuckerberg has also been active in philanthropy, donating billions of dollars to causes such as education, healthcare, and scientific research. In 2015, he and his wife Priscilla Chan launched the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, a philanthropic organization that aims to advance human potential and promote equality.

Despite his success, Zuckerberg has faced criticism over issues such as privacy, misinformation, and the impact of social media on society. However, his influence on the tech industry and his vision for the future of technology make him a fascinating figure to follow for anyone interested in the intersection of technology and society.