Intel Hosting oneAPI AI/HPC Developer Summit Next Week

Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 29 November 2022 at 02:30 PM EST. Add A Comment
Beyond Intel's well regarded open-source software work deep down the stack on everything from ensuring timely new hardware support to optimizing the Linux kernel with various performance optimizations and investing heavily in the upstream GNU and LLVM toolchains (and much more!), they also make terrific software ecosystem advancements higher up the stack. One of their most promising areas of open-source software work in recent years has been around oneAPI. Next week Intel will be hosting a virtual oneAPI DevSummit for AI and HPC where they will be showing off their latest software advancements.

Running 6 to 7 December will be the free, virtual-based oneAPI DevSummit for AI and HPC 2022. There Intel and their software partners will be showing off the latest advancements around the wonderful collection of oneAPI software components and how the components are being leveraged in the real-world to help with AI and high performance computing (HPC).

There will be talks surrounding AI software and hardware acceleration, accelerating PyTorch for Intel XPUs, RISC-V Vectors with oneAPI, performance portability by Codeplay's Andrew Richards (Intel acquired the company this summer and is now overseeing the oneAPI development community), neuromorphic sensor processing, porting NAMD for Aurora, hands-on training, and various other topics pertaining to oneAPI with HPC/AI. There's a lot of technical talks for the two days though frankly I would love an even longer oneAPI summit that covered even more of their great software achievements as well as their other oneAPI components beyond just AI/HPC.

Those wishing to learn more about the Intel oneAPI Dev Summit 2022 for HPC and AI can find all the important details on and the free event registration.
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