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Facebook’s Mechanism Design for Social Good research winners

We recently named the winners of our Mechanism Design for Social Good research awards. Inspired by an independent organization, the Mechanism Design for Social Good, this award targets the unique opportunities to design new mechanisms on top of mobile devices and social networks — mechanisms that lead to meaningful connections that otherwise would not have [...]

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Announcing the winners of the Facebook Mechanism Design for Social Good research awards

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Facebook Mechanism Design for Social Good research awards. In this request…

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Open-sourcing Python Test Runner for multiple tests in parallel

WHAT’S NEW: A new Python-based project called Python Test Runner (ptr), that allows developers to run Python unit test suites. The main difference between ptr and existing test runners is that ptr crawls a repository to find Python projects with unit tests defined in their setup files. It then runs each suite in parallel with [...]

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Keeping Passwords Secure
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Keeping Passwords Secure
Pedro Canahuati, VP Engineering, Security and Privacy As part of a routine security review in January, we found that some user passwords were being stored in a readable format within our internal data storage systems. This caught our attention because our login systems are designed to mask passwords using techniques that make them unreadable. We […]
A Further Update on New Zealand Terrorist Attack
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A Further Update on New Zealand Terrorist Attack
We want to share more on how our products were used during this tragedy and how we can improve going forward.
Antonio Lucio
Facebook Business
Facebook's New CMO, Antonio Lucio, on Being an Ally to Women
As part of our celebration of International Women's Day, we spoke to Facebook's new Chief Marketing Office Antonio Lucio about advocating for gender equality and the people in his life who inspire him.
Introducing Oculus Rift S: A New PC VR Headset Coming This Spring
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Introducing Oculus Rift S: A New PC VR Headset Coming This Spring
Built on the Rift Platform, Rift S gives gamers and tech enthusiasts access to the most immersive content that VR has to offer.
Doing More to Protect Against Discrimination in Housing, Employment and Credit Advertising
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Doing More to Protect Against Discrimination in Housing, Employment and Credit Advertising
There's a long history of discrimination in the areas of housing, employment and credit, and this harmful behavior should not happen through Facebook ads.
Update on New Zealand
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Update on New Zealand
We remain shocked and saddened by this tragedy and are committed to countering hate speech and the threat of terrorism online.
Building lifelike virtual avatars to help people connect in VR

Facebook Reality Labs (FRL) is using groundbreaking 3D capture technology and AI systems to create lifelike virtual avatars. The technology could one day make social connections in virtual reality as natural and common as those in the real world. Facebook has worked on virtual avatars for several years. At F8 2016, Facebook Chief Technology Officer [...]

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Q&A with Facebook AI residents Tatiana Likhomanenko and Siddharth Karamcheti

Facebook’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Residency Program is a full-time, one-year research training opportunity designed to offer hands-on industry experience with…

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Facebook announces next-generation Open Rack frame

As a founding member of the Open Compute Project (OCP) community, Facebook embraces a collaborative approach to solving industry-wide problems. One of the more pressing problems facing the industry today is how to stay ahead of increasing power demands from artificial intelligence and networking. To address this concern, we are announcing a new initiative to [...]

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Accelerating Facebook’s infrastructure with application-specific hardware

Facebook’s infrastructure now serves more than 2.7 billion people each month across our family of apps and services. Our engineers design and build advanced and efficient systems to scale our infrastructure, but as our workloads grow, the systems cannot be served by traditional general-purpose processors alone. Transistor scaling has slowed significantly, necessitating the development of [...]

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A Research-Based Approach to Protecting Intimate Images
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A Research-Based Approach to Protecting Intimate Images
We've taken a careful, research-based approach that concentrates on the victims — what they experience and how we can better protect them.
Detecting Non-Consensual Intimate Images and Supporting Victims
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Detecting Non-Consensual Intimate Images and Supporting Victims
We're announcing new detection technology prevent this abuse and new support tools to help victims.
Reinventing Facebook’s data center network

When we first shared details of our data center fabric, we were supporting 1.35 billion people on one app. Since then, we have openly shared our journey of building our own switches, writing FBOSS (our own network operating system) and continuing to scale out various aspects of the network. Most recently, we announced last year [...]

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A Note From Mark Zuckerberg
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A Note From Mark Zuckerberg
Today Mark Zuckerberg shared the following post with employees.
What’s New With Video and Music on Facebook
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What’s New With Video and Music on Facebook
Here's how we're bringing people together around video and music on Facebook.
Facebook AI researchers share perspectives on diversity on International Women’s Day

“AI will likely transform our society. We’ve already seen and experienced recent progress in the field, and we would like…

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AI blog roundup

On our new AI blog, we shed light on the Smart Camera that powers Portal, our video-calling device; share a new technique for safety-critical neural network applications; and discuss the future of deep learning hardware. Yann LeCun on the future of deep learning The future of AI and deep learning is closely tied to the [...]

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