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February 17, 2017

Yann LeCun, "Predictive Learning: The Next Frontier in AI"

Yann LeCun is director of Artificial Intelligence Research at Facebook and Silver Professor of Data Science, Computer Science, Neural Science, and Electrical Engineering at New York University. His lecture explores the next steps in deep learning, enabling machines to teach themselves.

#Shannon Luminary Lecture Series

February 16, 2017

Future X Days, Paris-Saclay

Nokia Future X Days. October 4-6, 2016, Paris-Saclay

#France

January 23, 2017

USC Researchers explain their prize-winning achievement

In 2016 first prize was awarded to the team of Professor Hossein Hashemi, Research Associate Dr. SungWon Chung, and Ph.D. candidate Hooman Abediasl, all from the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering at USC Viterbi.

#Bell Labs Prize

“Our constant aim is to push the limits of what is possible—to invent the future!”

Marcus Weldon

Inventing the Future

100

Years of Innovation

17

Global Research Centers

8

Nobel Prize Awards

1

Vision

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Nokia Bell Labs Interactive Timeline

Explore Bell Labs' nearly 100 year history through this interactive timeline. Learn more about the researchers and discoveries that changed our world.

Explore the timeline

Working at Bell Labs

During the interview process, I met many great scientists and technical researchers, and I really liked where Bell Labs was going, so I embraced the challenge and joined the team.
Alessandra Sala

News

February 14, 2017

Optimizing Data Center Placement and Network Design to Strengthen Cloud Computing

Telecommunication experts estimate the amount of data stored “in the cloud” or in remote data centers around the world, will quintuple in the next five years. New research from Nokia ...

February 09, 2017

World's Fastest PAM4 Signal Explained at DesignCon

Nokia Bell Labs collaborated with Teledyne LeCroy to create a waveform generator capable of generating the highest possible data rates. The team was able to achieve a PAM4 signal at ...

February 02, 2017

Digital imaging inventors win Queen Elizabeth Prize

Four engineers have won the £1 million Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering. Nobel Prize winner George E. Smith and Michael F. Tompsett won for the charge coupled device (CCD) imager ...