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How search uses Machine Learning

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Search systems are very complex pieces of software and, in order to be effective, must combine techniques coming from different branch of computer science, math, and statistics. Despite the fact that search systems have been around since just after the Web was created, search is still far from being a closed problem. This is even more true, if we consider searching through information that is produced every-day on social media systems. In this talk we will introduce search at FB and we will show some examples of very recent solutions to problems that we have addressed in the search team at FB.

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