Put AI to Work
April 15-18, 2019
New York, NY
Robert Earhart

Robert Earhart
Deep Learning Software Engineer, Intel

Rob Earhart is a deep learning software engineer in the Artificial Intelligence Products Group at Intel, where he works on PlaidML, an open source polyhedral tensor compiler that makes it pretty easy to run neural networks with good performance on a wide variety of hardware. Prior to Intel (and prior to diving into machine learning systems implementation), Rob worked on the NT kernel, was one of the original Hyper-V hypervisor engineers, and cofounded the virtual machine monitor that grew up to power Google Compute Engine.

Sessions

11:05am11:45am Thursday, April 18, 2019
Location: Grand Ballroom West
Adam Straw (Intel), Adam Procter (Intel AI), Robert Earhart (Intel)
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The rapid growth of deep learning in demanding large-scale real-world applications has led to a rapid increase in demand for high-performance training and inference solutions. Adam Straw, Adam Procter, and Robert Earhart offer a comprehensive overview of Intel's nGraph deep learning compiler. Read more.