The Prometheus engineer who helped develop and deploy the search engine has died, according to a statement from the company.
Prometheus was founded by Marc Hochberg in 1975, when he was a senior researcher at NASA.
He later worked at a number of companies, including Bell Labs, Google, IBM and Microsoft, before moving to Facebook.
He left Facebook in 2016 and now works for a startup called Ingress, which is developing a tool to let users map and track other people’s location using their phones.
Hochberg was known for his innovative and forward-thinking work in technology, and in the past was the lead engineer on the project that led to the first artificial intelligence-powered phone in the world, the Nest.
“We are saddened to report that our colleague Marc Hocz has passed away,” the company said in a statement.
Hoczeberg, who was born in the Netherlands and came to the United States at age 14, joined Facebook in the late 1980s.
In the years since, Hocziberg has been working on projects including an artificial intelligence assistant called Go.
Hoziberg also worked at Google, which in 2016 created the “Go for Business” app, which lets companies build applications that connect with each other and with people through Google Assistant, the digital assistant on Google’s Android mobile operating system.
He had been at Facebook for a little over a decade when he joined Facebook.
Facebook has not commented on the cause of Hocberg’s death.
HocaZberg graduated from the University of Groningen in the early 1990s.
He became a staff engineer at Google in the mid-1990s and became the director of engineering at Google Labs.
He was also a senior fellow at Google’s AI lab.
His work included developing and deploying Google’s own neural network, the Google Brain, which was the first machine learning system.
It was designed to help build machine learning algorithms for the search engines, but the technology proved to be a major stumbling block in developing the Google AI systems that were eventually used in the Google Search engine.
The Google AI system has a deep learning capability, which means that it can learn how to process large amounts of data by building up a large amount of memory, which can help improve the algorithms.
HacZbberg also worked on the AI system for Facebook.
HucZbungberg left Facebook for Ingress in 2016.
Ingress says he was “deeply saddened” to learn of Hochi’s death, but declined to comment further.
The company said Hoczerberg will be remembered by his colleagues, friends and family for his “remarkable contributions to the Facebook family.”
HocZzberg and HocaBerg shared many interests in technology.
HOCZZBERG: He was a brilliant engineer.
He always wanted to see the future.
He loved computing, particularly computers and programming.
He also loved science.
He liked the fact that you could see the world through the eyes of a computer.
He wrote his PhD thesis on how the neural network would work and that it would be able to learn by looking at other people.
He did that for 10 years and in all that time he never felt the need to make any big decisions.
He didn’t have to make big decisions about his life.
He spent a lot of time on projects like the Nest and his interest in artificial intelligence.
HOGOZBERG: He always thought he had a good job.
I always thought the best thing I could do was to be the best.
HOHOZBERG: I thought I had a great job.
HONZBECKERG (to HOCZIBERG): It was an honor to work with you, Marc.
HOZIBERG (to INGSOL): I’m sorry to hear that you’ve passed away.
HOFZERG:(to Hochzberg): I wish I had the opportunity to be part of it, too.
HHOZBERGG: Marc, thank you.