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Announcing the winners of the Facebook Statistics for Improving Insights and Decisions research awards
Improving statistical methods enhances the productivity of researchers, helps ensure correctness of results, and unlocks more value from our data.…
A new predictive model for more accurate electrical grid mapping
The full article is available at code.fb.com. When planning connectivity deployments in emerging markets, it’s important to have a clear…
Engineering manager Mark Harman wins 2019 IEEE Harlan D. Mills award

The IEEE Computer Society recently selected Facebook London’s Mark Harman as the recipient of the 2019 Harlan D. Mills Award. The award recognizes those who have demonstrated long-standing, sustained, and impactful contributions to software engineering. Previous winners include distinguished scientists from NASA, Microsoft, and AT&T. Learn more about Harman’s research here. In addition to his [...]

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FAIR open-sources new ELF OpenGo data set, research, and insights

Facebook AI Research (FAIR) has released new features and research results, including a completely retrained model of ELF OpenGo using reinforcement learning. The new bot outperforms the previous bot, which defeated several top 30 professional Go players 20-0 and has been widely adopted by the AI research community to benchmark future research. FAIR first released [...]

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Open-sourcing SPARTA to make abstract interpretation easy

Abstract interpretation is a powerful static analysis framework we can use to answer questions such as: What range of values does this variable take? What are all the types of the values that can flow into this function? Is this piece of code ever executed, or is it dead? Using abstract interpretation to build a [...]

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Open-sourcing Magma to extend mobile networks

WHAT’S NEW: We’re open-sourcing a software platform that will help operators to deploy mobile networks quickly and easily. Magma provides a software-centric distributed mobile packet core and tools for automating network management. WHY IT MATTERS: Mobile packet cores are important infrastructure for any mobile network and can be complex to operate. Magma is not intended [...]

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Enabling better global connectivity through new partnerships and technologies

Through Facebook Connectivity, we are working to bring internet access and its benefits to everyone — giving more people a voice, strengthening communities, and creating new economic opportunities. To do this, we take a partner-first approach, working with network operators, equipment manufacturers, and other partners to introduce new initiatives and develop technologies that help bring [...]

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F8 2019 registration now open

Registration is officially open for F8 2019, Facebook’s annual developer conference, being held April 30 and May 1, 2019, in San Jose, California. This year, we’ll celebrate the developers, creators, entrepreneurs, and innovators building on our platform and showcase how social technologies can enable the best of what people can do together. F8 2019 will [...]

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Open-sourcing homomorphic hashing to secure update propagation

Maintaining scalability and infrastructure reliability are important considerations for any large-scale network. Ensuring consistency when propagating updates across a large network of peers is a problem that has been extensively studied, but enforcing the integrity of those updates is a separate challenge. Traditional methods for update integrity can introduce compromises with respect to efficiency and [...]

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How Facebook's Open Source Approach to Innovation
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How Facebook’s Open Source Approach to Innovation “Changed Computing”
WIRED traces a number of industry-shaping technologies back to their Facebook roots.
A Conversation with Jonathan Zittrain on the Future of Technology in Society
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A Conversation with Jonathan Zittrain on the Future of Technology in Society
The first conversation in Mark's 2019 personal challenge.
Progress Stalling on Closing the Digital Divide: Insights From the 2019 Inclusive Internet Index
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Progress Stalling on Closing the Digital Divide: Insights From the 2019 Inclusive Internet Index
The Inclusive Internet Index assesses a country's internet inclusion across four categories: availability, affordability, relevance and readiness.
Our Commitment to Our Content Reviewers
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Our Commitment to Our Content Reviewers
Content moderation can be difficult work but it is necessary to keep Facebook safe.
Cracking Down on the Sale of Fake Accounts, Likes and Followers
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Cracking Down on the Sale of Fake Accounts, Likes and Followers
Facebook and Instagram have filed a lawsuit against Chinese entities for promoting the sale of fake accounts, likes and followers
Working to Safeguard Elections in Indonesia
Facebook Newsroom
Working to Safeguard Elections in Indonesia
We're sharing more details on how we will protect the Indonesian elections in April.
Promoting Digital Literacy in Myanmar
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Promoting Digital Literacy in Myanmar
Digital literacy is an important part of the work we do to help keep our community safe. Last week, we announced a new collaboration with the Myanmar Books Aid and Preservation Foundation to help with digital literacy outreach across the country.
facebook communities summit
Facebook Communities Summit-Apply before 25 Oct,2018

There are millions of community on facebook which has different visions. Most of them has common principles behind it. They want to bring same minded people together. Facebook always support these community leaders in various ways e.g. https://www.fbchandra.com/facebook-community-leadership-program-participants/. In order to support these communities, facebook invites application from communities leaders from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and the US to participate in Facebook Communities Summit, which is happening on February 7 - 8, 2019 at facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California.

Facebook portal
facebook products: Video calling device naming Portal and portal plus

facebook launched a video calling device Portal and Portal+, which is empowered with an artificial intelligence. You keep it any where in a room and it automatically calculate your distance and zooms accordingly. It behaves like a videographer coming behind you, so its video and sound quality is marvellous. You can talk to anyone while working in kitchen, chasing your child, etc.

Facebook security alert for 50 million users
Facebook security alert: 50 million account may gets hacked

On Sept 25, 2018, facebook engineers discovered a vulnerability in code, which can effect around 50 million facebook users account to be hacked.

Currently they found problem in 'View As' feature. In this feature you can find how your profile looks for other user. You can use this feature to know yourself as other user for your profile. Here, there is vulnerability in code where hacker can steal access token. Access token is considered as digital key which is generated when you login into facebook. You have to use this access token to use each and every features of facebook. If any one know your access token, they can access your facebook account.

Facebook community award
Introducing the Facebook Community Leadership Program Participants

Facebook always promote community people as they try to bring many people work together. Community leaders helps societies in various way such as promote child education, healthcare to needy, food and shelter to poor, etc. Facebook started Community leadership program to empower all leaders throughout the country who is working hard to promote a community. They use various tools like facebook, messenger and whatsapp, etc for it. On Sept 23, 2018, Facebook has announced 115 leaders who had selected as community leaders in residence, fellows and youth participants.

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