Integrating machine learning models into Rust applications?

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  • tch-rs

    Rust bindings for the C++ api of PyTorch.

    This depends greatly on the kind of model you're talking about. For example, for pytorch, you can use the tch-rs package to load up a model you've saved. I do this; it's a little awkward because of the way the build manages the bindings to the torch library, but it works. But there are many many kinds of model, and the specific thing you're trying to accomplish is going to dominate this discussion. Perhaps you can clarify more what you're hoping to accomplish?

  • tvm

    Open deep learning compiler stack for cpu, gpu and specialized accelerators

    (2) You could use TVM as your executor instead of tch-rs:

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  • rust

    Rust language bindings for TensorFlow (by tensorflow)

    (3) You could use TensorFlow as your executor:

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