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  • Glow: An LLVM Optimizing Compiler For Neural Networks

    Phoronix: Glow: An LLVM Optimizing Compiler For Neural Networks

    The latest interesting use of the LLVM compiler infrastructure stack is for Glow, a machine learning / neural network optimizing compiler...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...izing-Compiler

  • #2
    Apparently you can now get away with assumption that machine learning == keras, despite some objectively useful approaches do not even use linear algebra...

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    • #3
      The optimizations glow ir was created to perform sound suprisingly similar to what Mir (rustc ) does

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      • #4
        Is coaster like glow but piggybacking on rusts compiler ?
        coaster - Extendable HPC-Framework for CUDA, OpenCL and common CPU

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        • #5
          This is similar to Intel's nGraph and Nvidia's TensorRT, which first had Tensorflow support. Nvidia's still ahead..

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          • #6
            Lack of good OpenCL support for various open source machine learning toolkits has been the biggest barrier to entry for me.

            I am *not* giving up my stable open source graphics just to run CUDA.

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            • #7
              fuzz i recommend using keras with the plaid ml backend

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              • #8
                Originally posted by GunpowaderGuy View Post
                fuzz i recommend using keras with the plaid ml backend
                Thanks for the recommendation . You convinced me to install Ubuntu 18.04 to get working opencl and finally start learning this stuff.

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