Oct. 18, 2021 — The Khronos Group is inviting leading machine learning practitioners to an online summit in October to influence how acceleration standards such as SYCL, OpenCL, OpenVX, Vulkan, SPIR and NNEF should evolve to meet their needs. Khronos is hoping to get as many organizations there as possible to help guide the discussion on open standards for Machine Learning. The event takes place on Oct. 20.
The online Summit will enable a range of hardware and software vendors to briefly present what they believe are the key issues and opportunities for machine learning acceleration and interoperability, and to discuss those requirements with each other and Khronos members.
If you would like to guide the evolution of the next generation of machine learning acceleration standards, please register your details below to help organize the agenda, and Khronos will contact you with more details on how to participate. Please contact Khronos at email@example.com if you have any questions.
More info about the summit and the registration can be found here.
About Khronos Group
Khronos is a non-profit standards consortium with 180 members focused on open, royalty-free interoperability standards that enable software to harness acceleration for machine learning, parallel computation, vision processing, augmented and virtual reality, and 3D graphics. Khronos is responsible for many of the standards today providing portable, cross-vendor machine learning acceleration – from embedded processors and mobile devices to data centers and supercomputers.
Source: Khronos Group