June 23, 2022
TorchGeo is a PyTorch domain library providing datasets, samplers, transforms, and pre-trained models specific to geospatial data.
June 16, 2022
May 18, 2022
In collaboration with the Metal engineering team at Apple, we are excited to announce support for GPU-accelerated PyTorch training on Mac. Until now, PyTorch training on Mac only leveraged the CPU, but with the upcoming PyTorch v1.12 release, developers and researchers can take advantage of Apple silicon GPUs for significantly faster model training. This unlocks the ability to perform machine learning workflows like prototyping and fine-tuning locally, right on Mac.
May 12, 2022
March 16, 2022
OverviewNVIDIA Jetson Nano, part of the Jetson family of products or Jetson modules, is a small yet powerful Linux (Ubuntu) based embedded computer with 2/4GB GPU. With it, you can run many PyTorch models efficiently. This document summarizes our experience of running different deep learning models using 3 different mechanisms...
March 14, 2022
Recent studies have shown that large model training will be beneficial for improving model quality. During the last 3 years, model size grew 10,000 times from BERT with 110M parameters to Megatron-2 with one trillion. However, training large AI models is not easy—aside from the need for large amounts of computing resources, software engineering complexity is also challenging. PyTorch has been working...
March 10, 2022
We are excited to announce the release of PyTorch 1.11 (release notes). This release is composed of over 3,300 commits since 1.10, made by 434 contributors. Along with 1.11, we are releasing beta versions of TorchData and functorch.
March 10, 2022
We are introducing the beta release of TorchRec and a number of improvements to the current PyTorch domain libraries, alongside the PyTorch 1.11 release. These updates demonstrate our focus on developing common and extensible APIs across all domains to make it easier for our community to build ecosystem projects on PyTorch. Highlights include: