LF DL Foundation: Update and ONNX Project Presentation Tomorrow, 8/2, 9:00 am ET
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2018-08-01 22:41 GMT+02:00, Scott Nicholas <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
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To the LF Deep Learning Foundation community (via the main@ mailing list) --
This is a quick message to give you an update on the LF Deep Learning Foundation and invite you to a presentation by members of the ONNX Project tomorrow morning, 9:00 am ET, August 2.
The work of LF DL is well under way, and we have a number of exciting announcements planned for the community in the coming days and weeks. With respect to our first project, the Acumos AI Project (an AI workflow and model discovery platform) – code has been publicly available for several months, and work on the next release (November 2018) continues. Sub-committees have been established, and we are now hosting 15-20 Acumos project meetings per month. If you are interested in contributing, or just want to get a feel for the project’s progress, I encourage you to visit wiki.acumos.org and look through the TSC (technical steering committee) pages.
Within LF DL, the committee responsible for coordination and communication with LF DL projects is the Technical Advisory Council, or TAC. The TAC meets every two weeks, and our next meeting is tomorrow. The TAC is currently conducting a review of various open source formats for AI models, and we are very pleased to have guest presenters from Microsoft’s development team focused on the ONNX (Open Neural Network Exchange) Project presenting to us at tomorrow’s meeting. If you are interested in AI model formats, I encourage you to attend tomorrow’s call. For those of you that cannot make the meeting, we are planning to record the presentation.
Thank you, and please reach out with any questions. Dial-in instructions for tomorrow’s TAC meeting and ONNX presentation follows. Regards,
-- Scott Nicholas, Sr. Director of Strategic Programs, The Linux Foundation
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