July 28, 2020

PyTorch 1.6 released w/ Native AMP Support, Microsoft joins as maintainers for Windows

Today, we’re announcing the availability of PyTorch 1.6, along with updated domain libraries. We are also excited to announce the team at Microsoft is now maintaining Windows builds and binaries and will also be supporting the community on GitHub as well as the PyTorch Windows discussion forums.

July 28, 2020

PyTorch feature classification changes

Traditionally features in PyTorch were classified as either stable or experimental with an implicit third option of testing bleeding edge features by building master or through installing nightly builds (available via prebuilt whls). This has, in a few cases, caused some confusion around the level of readiness, commitment to the feature and backward compatibility that can be expected from a user perspective. Moving forward, we’d like to better classify the 3 types of features as well as defin...

July 28, 2020

Microsoft becomes maintainer of the Windows version of PyTorch

Along with the PyTorch 1.6 release, we are excited to announce that Microsoft has expanded its participation in the PyTorch community and will be responsible for the development and maintenance of the PyTorch build for Windows.