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Several members of the PyTorch development team at Facebook AI will present short talks on various aspects of PyTorch and its ecosystem. Topics will include “Finding your way around PyTorch's internals”, “Upcoming Features in PyTorch,” and serving PyTorch models. The team will also be doing a panel discussion/Q&A covering questions from the community.
PyTorch team members Soumith Chintala, Edward Yang, Jeff Smith and Gregory Chanan