May 02, 2018
We would like to give you a preview of the roadmap for PyTorch 1.0 , the next release of PyTorch. Over the last year, we’ve had 0.2, 0.3 and 0.4 transform PyTorch from a [Torch+Chainer]-like interface into something cleaner, adding double-backwards, numpy-like functions, advanced indexing and removing Variable boilerplate. At this time, we’re confident that the API is in a reasonable and stable state to confidently release a 1.0.
April 22, 2018
Welcome to the migration guide for PyTorch 0.4.0. In this release we introduced many exciting new features and critical bug fixes, with the goal of providing users a better and cleaner interface. In this guide, we will cover the most important changes in migrating existing code from previous versions:
March 05, 2018
Tensor Comprehensions (TC) is a tool that lowers the barrier for writing high-performance code. It generates GPU code from a simple high-level language and autotunes the code for specific input sizes.