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Adam Paszke speaks at PyData Warsaw 2018 about PyTorch, one of the main tools used for machine learning research.

It’s been developed in beta mode for over 2 years, but this October, a release candidate for 1.0 version has been finally released. In this talk, Adam briefly introduces the library, and then move on to showcase the cutting edge features we introduced recently.

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