On the surface, Facebook's new Graph Search is touted as a new method to enable
It turns out what is making all of that possible is a Unicorn.
During a crash course Thursday at the company's headquarters, a team of Facebook
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"Graph Search was a particularly fascinating opportunity to do something new in
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At the heart of Graph Search is this infrastructure dubbed "Unicorn," which is s
But Curtiss stipulated that Unicorn is unique because it supports multi-hop quer
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Here's an example of how Graph Search works, according to Curtiss.
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