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PyTorch Announces PyTorch Developer Day 2021

Technical discussions, poster exhibitions, and project talks on PyTorch developments and software releases

PyTorch announced its 2nd virtual PyTorch Developer Day (#PTD2) that’ll bring together a community of Machine Learning researchers, academics, and developers to discuss and learn more about PyTorch software releases and developments, use cases in academia and industry, and networking opportunities.

Register for #PTD2 for technical discussions, project talks, and poster exhibitions with the opportunity to learn more about recent PyTorch projects and network with the machine learning community. Participants will have the chance to find more about the research being done around Responsible AI.

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The first PyTorch Developer Day was celebrated in 2020. The 2nd PyTorch Developer day will be held on 1st and 2nd December 2021. The first day will have technical talks on topics ranging from new PyTorch tools, libraries, and core frameworks that support development for a responsible AI. There will be a poster exhibition & networking on the second day. Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about their PyTorch project, meet authors, and network with community members. 

The PyTorch networking day is an invite-only event limited to experts, long-time stakeholders, contributors, and PyTorch maintainers. You can apply for an invitation to the networking event. Community members can submit poster abstracts with titles and summaries of their tools, projects, and libraries before September 24, 2021. 

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Osheen Jain
Osheen is an experienced content writer who is interested in the intersection of robotics and Embodied Cognition. She has a PGD in Cognitive Science, a Master's in Philosophy, and enjoys reading immensely.

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