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May 2018
Avalie?

PyTorch is a complete rewrite of the Torch machine learning framework from Lua to Python. Although quite new and immature compared to Tensorflow, programmers find PyTorch much easier to work with. Because of its object-orientation and native Python implementation, models can be expressed more clearly and succinctly and debugged during execution. Although many of these frameworks have emerged recently, PyTorch has the backing of Facebook and broad range of partner organisations, including NVIDIA, which should ensure continuing support for CUDA architectures. ThoughtWorks teams find PyTorch useful for experimenting and developing models but still rely on TensorFlow’s performance for production-scale training and classification.

Nov 2017
Avalie?

PyTorch is a complete rewrite of the Torch machine learning framework from Lua to Python. Although quite new and immature compared to Tensorflow, programmers find PyTorch much easier to work with. Because of its object-orientation and native Python implementation, models can be expressed more clearly and succinctly and debugged during execution. Although many of these frameworks have emerged recently, PyTorch has the backing of Facebook and broad range of partner organisations, including NVIDIA, which should ensure continuing support for CUDA architectures. ThoughtWorks teams find PyTorch useful for experimenting and developing models but still rely on TensorFlow’s performance for production-scale training and classification.