December 22, 2021
TorchVision has a new backwards compatible API for building models with multi-weight support. The new API allows loading different pre-trained weights on the same model variant, keeps track of vital meta-data such as the classification labels and includes the preprocessing transforms necessary for using the models. In this blog post, we plan to review the prototype API, show-case its features and highlight key differences with the existing one.
December 15, 2021
Ensuring the right memory format for your inputs can significantly impact the running time of your PyTorch vision models. When in doubt, choose a Channels Last memory format.
December 08, 2021
More than 1,900 people worked hard in this year’s PyTorch Annual Hackathon to create unique tools and applications for PyTorch developers and researchers.
October 26, 2021
Today, we are pleased to announce a new advanced CUDA feature, CUDA Graphs, has been brought to PyTorch. Modern DL frameworks have complicated software stacks that incur significant overheads associated with the submission of each operation to the GPU. When DL workloads are strong-scaled to many GPUs for performance, the time taken by each GPU operation diminishes to just a few microseconds and, in these cases, the high work submission latencies of frameworks often lead to low utilization of ...
October 21, 2021
We are excited to announce the release of PyTorch 1.10. This release is composed of over 3,400 commits since 1.9, made by 426 contributors. We want to sincerely thank our community for continuously improving PyTorch.
October 21, 2021
Today, we are announcing a number of new features and improvements to PyTorch libraries, alongside the PyTorch 1.10 release. Some highlights include: