Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg underwent surgery

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CEO of Meta, the parent company of Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp and Threads Mark Zuckerberg He had surgery.

One of the richest people in the world Mark Zuckerberg, He shared the above surprise photos from his personal Instagram account and said: told: “I tore my ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) during training and just got out of surgery to renew it. I am grateful for the doctors and team who took care of me. I was training for a competitive MMA fight early next year, but now that’s been postponed a bit. I’m looking forward to doing it after I recover, though. Thank you all for your love and support.” He has been frequently on the agenda lately with the news that he will have a fight match with Elon Musk, but at the last stage he gave up on this because Musk was not very serious in the process. Zuckerberg, many for a long time jujitsu He was participating in the tournament and achieving significant success. The past months have been difficult“The Murph Challenge” came to the fore with the success of Zuckerbergwas much more physically ready for the fight than Musk.


Mark Zuckerberg and you can see in the photos above his wife Priscilla Chanhad made a major health-focused announcement before this. Founded years ago by Zuckerberg and Chan The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative The foundation named (CZI) has been focusing on the health side for a long time and has invested billions of dollars in research here. CZI, which does important work in the background even though it is not very prominent, came to the fore with a big post in the past months.

As reported at that time, the foundation was dedicated to research in the field of health. is building a huge computer/server system. Thanks to the system that will combine more than 1,000 H100 GPUs with high artificial intelligence computing power, the foundation will enable researchers to aims for groundbreaking new discoveries that could help cure, prevent or manage all diseases by the end of this century.