November 12, 2020
Today, we are announcing four PyTorch prototype features. The first three of these will enable Mobile machine-learning developers to execute models on the full set of hardware (HW) engines making up a system-on-chip (SOC). This gives developers options to optimize their model execution for unique performance, power, and system-level concurrency.
November 01, 2020
Starting this year, we plan to host two separate events for PyTorch: one for developers and users to discuss core technical development, ideas and roadmaps called “Developer Day”, and another for the PyTorch ecosystem and industry communities to showcase their work and discover opportunities to collaborate called “Ecosystem Day” (scheduled for early 2021).
October 28, 2020
To ensure the ongoing growth and success of the framework, we’re introducing the use of the Apache Contributor License Agreement (CLA) for PyTorch. We care deeply about the broad community of contributors who make PyTorch such a great framework, so we want to take a moment to explain why we are adding a CLA.