IWOCL 2016 Slides Posted To Learn More About The Latest OpenCL Tech
Written by Michael Larabel in Standards on 4 May 2016 at 08:03 AM EDT. 2 Comments
Taking place last month in Vienna was the International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL) where much could be learned about this open computing language specification from The Khronos Group.

It was at IWOCL 2016 where the provisional OpenCL 2.2 spec was unveiled as well as Khronos' state of the union for OpenCL. Beyond that, there were many other interesting sessions. IWOCL 2016 had sessions about C++ for OpenCL, optimizing OpenCL applications, OpenCL abstractions, what's next for OpenCL, compute libraries, compilers / tooling, and much more.

If you weren't able to attend the event in Vienna but are interested in OpenCL, you can see a majority of the IWOCL 2016 PDF slides now via IWOCL.org.
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