Mark Zuckerberg is challenging himself to build an artificially intelligent butler

2:04 a.m. ET In 2016, The Economist says in this short video, the richest 1 percent of the world’s population will, for the first time, have a larger share of global wealth than the other 99 percent. Wealth and income inequality used to be a topic that concerned mostly leftist and Marxist economists, but this week it is perhaps the major topic of discussion and research at the American Economic Association’s annual meeting in San Francisco, The New York Times reports. And the top 1 percent of the wealth isn’t even the real story; the biggest gains in wealth have been among the top 0.25 percent of earners, roughly 250,000 people whose income has ballooned in recent decades while the typical American worker is earning roughly the same.…


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