A board of 2 Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) students, Mohammad Ahmed (BTech Electronics and Communication Engineering 4th year) and Mohammed, B.Tech Electrical Engineering 4th year achieved the Regional Level Developer Circle Community Challenge hosted by Facebook, which tempted developers and architects to put an ingenious spin on technical education by building tutorials that ascertained Facebook’s capabilities.
A total of 2422 participants/teams from all over the world participated in the challenge.
The team has been awarded the US $ 2,000 as a cash prize for the cash project, using the CT React and Flask hosted transfer learning model on Heroku, to test whether a sentence is positive or not. The negative way to create your text classifier.
The undertaking of this intensive knowledge model is based on Roberta, a robust customized BERT pretraining technique.
The JMI team, along with 20 others from around the world, will now be invited to further enhance their projects by Monday 30 November to have an opportunity at the Global Awards to be declared in mid-December.
Facebook Developers Circle is a community of colonists, where aspiring and trained developers receive free pieces of equipment to build new skills, develop ideas, and promote their careers.
Vice-Chancellor of JMI, Prof. Najma Akhtar, congratulated both the students for the achievement and wished them all the best for their future endeavors.
Prof. with the attention of the world with scientific research by university researchers. Akhtar said that there will be more emphasis on this front by the university.