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April 15-18, 2019
New York, NY
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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 Corporation, 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 co-founded 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), Robert Earhart (Intel)
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. In this talk, we provide a comprehensive overview of the nGraph deep learning compiler from Intel. Read more.