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Swift+TensorFlow Inaugural Meetup is Monday 9/9!

From: Alexy K.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 3, 2019 9:28 PM

Folks -- we are excited to start a new Strongly Typed meetup, for Machine Learning with Swift and TensorFlow.  Meetup boundaries are artificial as they are in life.  Eugene Burmako, who is a student of Martin Odersky and used to be the Scala tooling lead at Twitter, is now helping create an intermediate representation for Machine Learning (MLIR) with his colleagues at Google Brain, working with Chris Lattner, the creator of Swift.  We are excited that Google Launchpad is hosting Eugene and colleagues to tell us all about it for the first time!

Register at https://swift.tf as we'll need to have a complete list beforehand.

And we'll have more talks about Swift+TF at https://scale.bythebay.io in November -- check out the program reserve your seat soon!

Cheers,
A+

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