We took the chance and did a second Channel 9 recording on our GPU accelerated Machine Learning project in the Microsoft offices at Time Square New York City. It was a great experience to do the recording with Seth Juarez. Many thanks Seth! There exist already several deep learning libraries but none of them targets […]
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We were very happy to do a Channel 9 recording for our new Alea GPU version 3 in the Microsoft offices at Time Square New York City. It was a great experience to do the recording with Seth Juarez. Many thanks Seth! GPU computing is all about number crunching and performance. Do you have a […]
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I gave a talk at GTC Europe 2016 in Amsterdam about our new open source project Alea TK. Alea TK is a library for general purpose numerical computing and Deep Learning based on tensors and tensor expressions supporting imperative calculations as well as symbolic calculations with auto-differentiation. It is designed from ground up with CUDA […]
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Talk at Swiss FinteCH Meetup July 14th 2016 I gave a talk at the Swiss FinteCH Meetup on open source technologies in fintech. The Swiss FinteCH Meetup group is a great and growing community interested in technology applied to financial problems. Thanks to Swati for organizing the event. Check out the slides for more information.
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Another Reason to Use a GPU! I recently gave a talk at an F# meetup hosted by Jet.com about deficiencies of .NET CLR JIT compilers. We know that often C# or F# does not perform at the level of native C++ because the CLR JIT compiler is not optimizing the code well enough. In worst cases we loose a […]
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