Baidu Research grills AI models on deep learning

Tool aims to reduce machine-training time Baidu Research has launched DeepBench, a new tool for AI researchers interested in assessing deep learning operations across hardware platforms. The announcement was made at the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence conference by Greg Diamos and Sharan Narang, researchers working at Baidu’s AI lab in Silicon Valley. Deep learning is a technique used in machine learning that is rapidly gaining popularity amongst the AI community. It uses neural networks and applies a set of algorithms with parameters fine-tuned during the learning phase to allow input data to trickle through multiple processing layers before computing the output. It is being used to tackle a variety of problems, including natural language processing and machine vision. Deep learning frameworks such as Theano, a software that allows developers to perform…


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