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  • Hey Rustaceans! Got an easy question? Ask here (39/2021)! | 2021-09-27
    If you can convert your model to ONNX, tract can work. I have also made somewhat good experiences with the tch torch bindings crate, though that's certainly a large dependency. The benefit is (mostly) seamless integration of the model you can train in python, with all the awesome tooling you get.
  • How far along is the ML ecosystem with Rust? | 2021-09-15
    tract is an ONNX runner written purely in Rust which will work for most Neural Network inference use cases.
  • Visual Search in Rust using Deep Learning models - new open source project | 2021-06-18
    Some story about it is that at our company we create a recommendation engine in Rust and one of strategies is to perform visual search for similar products. I almost lost all hope and wanted to do it in Python, but after some research I found an excellent library supporting ONNX runtime So we are still a Rust monolith :).
  • Newbie Rustacean... I participated in a hackathon at work building demos for WASM/WASI, and I got my demo publicly featured today. It uses tract for an ML inference engine. Such an ace OSS project, and way before I learned of wasi-nn 💖 | 2021-05-27
    Yes, using tract, which is a pretty awesome project! Check that out. I just wrote this simplistic demo last year, to test the capabilities of a serverless compute platform — it's all compiled to WebAssembly, running on a server, no binary to download, subject to resource constraints etc (repo if you're curious). ML is not my focus at all, and next I explore it again, it will be in the context of wasi-nn.
  • Running ML models in a game (and in Wasm!) | 2021-02-19
    One of my colleague recently starred Tract github repository and got me wondering how easy it would be to use. I know how to create a ONNX model with PyTorch Lightning, or even that there are pretrained models available. Spoilers: it's very easy to integrate!


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