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The LF AI Foundation is a project of The Linux Foundation that supports open source innovation in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning. The LF AI Foundation was created to support numerous technical projects within this important space.
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Acumos is an Open Source Platform, which supports design, integration and deployment of AI models. Furthermore, Acumos supports an AI marketplace that empowers data scientists to publish adaptive AI models, while shielding them from the need to custom develop fully integrated solutions.
Adlik is an end-to-end optimizing framework for deep learning models. The goal of Adlik is to accelerate deep learning inference process both on cloud and embedded environment.
Amundsen is a metadata driven application for improving the productivity of data analysts, data scientists and engineers when interacting with data.
Angel is a high-performance distributed machine learning platform based on the philosophy of Parameter Server. It is tuned for performance with big data from Tencent and has a wide range of applicability and stability, demonstrating increasing advantage in handling higher dimension model.
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Adversarial Robustness Toolbox (ART) provides tools that enable developers and researchers to evaluate, defend, certify and verify Machine Learning models and applications against the adversarial threats.
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AI Explainability 360 is an open source toolkit that can help users better understand the ways that machine learning models predict labels using a wide variety of techniques throughout the AI application lifecycle.
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AI Fairness 360 is an extensible open source toolkit that can help users understand and mitigate bias in machine learning models throughout the AI application lifecycle.
EDL optimizes the global utilization of the cluster running deep learning job and the waiting time of job submitters. It includes two parts: a Kubernetes controller for the elastic scheduling of distributed deep learning jobs, and a fault-tolerable deep learning framework.
ForestFlow is a scalable policy-based cloud-native machine learning model server. ForestFlow strives to strike a balance between the flexibility it offers data scientists and the adoption of standards while reducing friction between Data Science, Engineering and Operations teams.
Horovod, a distributed training framework for TensorFlow, Keras and PyTorch, improves speed, scale and resource allocation in machine learning training activities. Uber uses Horovod for self-driving vehicles, fraud detection, and trip forecasting. It is also being used by Alibaba, Amazon and NVIDIA. Contributors to the project outside Uber include Amazon, IBM, Intel and NVIDIA.
Ludwig is a toolbox built on top of TensorFlow that allows to train and test deep learning models without the need to write code. All you need to provide is your data, a list of fields to use as inputs, and a list of fields to use as outputs, Ludwig will do the rest. Simple commands can be used to train models both locally and in a distributed way, and to use them to predict on new data.
Marquez is an open source metadata service for the collection, aggregation, and visualization of a data ecosystem’s metadata. It maintains the provenance of how datasets are consumed and produced, provides global visibility into job runtime and frequency of dataset access, centralization of dataset lifecycle management, and much more.
Milvus is an open source similarity search engine for massive-scale feature vectors. Built with heterogeneous computing architecture for the best cost efficiency. Searches over billion-scale vectors take only milliseconds with minimum computing resources. Milvus can be used in a wide variety of scenarios to boost AI development.
NNStreamer (Neural Network Support as Gstreamer Plugins) is a set of Gstreamer plugins that support ease and efficiency for Gstreamer developers adopting neural network models and neural network developers managing neural network pipelines and their filters.
ONNX is an open format to represent deep learning models. With ONNX, AI developers can more easily move models between state-of-the-art tools and choose the combination that is best for them. ONNX is developed and supported by a community of partners.
Pyro is a universal probabilistic programming language (PPL) written in Python and supported by PyTorch on the backend. Pyro enables flexible and expressive deep probabilistic modeling, unifying the best of modern deep learning and Bayesian modeling.
sparklyr is an R package that lets you analyze data in Spark while using familiar tools in R. sparklyr supports a complete backend for dplyr, a popular tool for working with data frame objects both in memory and out of memory. You can use dplyr to translate R code into Spark SQL.
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