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  • Streaming RNNs in TensorFlow

    The Machine Learning team at Mozilla is hard at work improving performance and ease-of-use for our open source speech-to-text engine. The upcoming 0.2 release will include a much-requested feature: the ability to do speech recognition live, as the audio is being recorded. The post Streaming RNNs in TensorFlow appeared first ...

  • MDN Changelog for August 2018

    In August, the MDN content community reviewed and merged 85 Browser Compatibility Data pull requests. This month, we’ll continue working on new interactive examples, converting compatibility data, and migrating MDN services. The post MDN Changelog for August 2018 appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.

  • Firefox Focus with GeckoView

    Firefox Focus is a mobile app for ad-free, private browsing. The upcoming release of Focus for Android will come bundled with Gecko, the browser engine that powers Firefox Quantum. Help us test Gecko in Focus today by installing the Focus Beta. The post Firefox Focus with GeckoView appeared first on ...

  • Converting a WebGL application to WebVR

    Research engineer Manish Goregaokar, who works on Servo and Rust, shares what he's learned and some of the code he wrote, while porting a WebGL application to WebVR. The post Converting a WebGL application to WebVR appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.

  • New API to Bring Augmented Reality to the Web

    The WebXR Device API has two goals that differentiate it from WebVR: support for new user inputs like voice and gestural navigation, and laying a foundation for augmented reality on the web. This emerging specification aims to remove barriers so AR and VR content is accessible to creators and users ...

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