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Facebook researchers win Test of Time award

This article originally appeared at  research.facebook.com . Learn more about Facebook AI Research  here . We are pleased to announce that Facebook research scientists Ronan Collobert and Jason Weston won the 2018 International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) “Test of Time Award” for their paper, A …

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Written by Facebook Code - - Aggregated on Friday July 13, 2018


High altitude connectivity: The next chapter

Today nearly 4 billion people globally do not have access to the Internet. It’s why Facebook, along with many other companies and governments, is investing heavily to address the three key barriers to getting everyone, everywhere online:  availability, affordability, and awareness . Part of that investment has been …

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Written by Facebook Code - - Aggregated on Wednesday June 27, 2018


High altitude connectivity: The next chapter

Today nearly 4 billion people globally do not have access to the Internet. It's why Facebook, along with many other companies and governments, is investing heavily to address the three key barriers to getting everyone, everywhere online: availability, affordability, and awareness. Part of that investment has been in …

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Written by Facebook Code - - Aggregated on Tuesday June 26, 2018


2018 Networking @Scale recap

Recently, we hosted more than 500 engineers at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California for our fourth Networking @Scale conference. As with  previous  Networking @Scale conferences , we look for operators of some of the largest “scale” networks and ask them to share their on-the-ground experiences …

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Written by Facebook Code - - Aggregated on Wednesday June 20, 2018


Accelerate large-scale applications with BOLT

Highly complex services, such as those here at Facebook, have large source code bases in order to deliver a wide range of features and functionality. Even after the machine code for one of these services is compiled, it can range from 10s to 100s of megabytes in size, which is often too large to fit in any modern CPU …

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Written by Facebook Code - - Aggregated on Tuesday June 19, 2018