Facebook has introduced SeamlessM4T, the first all-in-one multimodal and multilingual AI translation model that allows communication through speech and text in different languages.
A new experimental study led by UCL researchers found that adding ‘trust’ and ‘distrust’ buttons on social media, in addition to standard ‘like’ buttons, could help reduce the spread of misinformation.
Over the coming year, Facebook will build more ways to integrate messaging features in the app. The goal is to make it easy and convenient for people to connect and share, whether in the Messenger app or directly within Facebook.
Facebook today, announced they are making Horizon Worlds available for free to everyone 18 years of age or older in the US and Canada.
Today Mark Zuckerberg introduced Meta, which aims to bring together Facebook apps and technologies under one new company brand. Facebook says Meta’s focus will be to bring the metaverse to life and help people connect, find communities and grow businesses.
Facebook firmly believes the metaverse “will deepen that human connection regardless of physical distance and without being tied to devices.”
Today, Facebook filed separate lawsuits in federal court against four individuals providing services intended to artificially inflate likes and followers of Instagram accounts, a practice known as fake engagement.
A bug in Facebook’s SDK has caused a large number of iOS apps to begin crashing including Spotify, Tinder, Pinterest, and any other app that makes use of the Facebook API like PUBG and yes, even Mario Kart.
Facebook’s R&D department rolled out their third app this week and this one shows promise – if they can pry off Twitter’s death grip over the second screen market. The new app is called Venue and it’s built to engage fans during live events. It works much like Twitter and its hashtags fans use to…
Websites are throwing some good shade at Mark Zuckerberg this week after he proclaimed Facebook should not be the “arbiter of truth”. The statement came after Twitter flagged President Trump’s tweets as “deceptive”. In response to Facebook’s announcement, satire websites began place clearly fictional posts on the social network platform as a test of Facebook’s…