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2017 GTC San Jose

S7506 - Rolling in the Deep: How to Debug Machine Learning Call Stacks

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Python is a popular language for deep learning, but debugging calls to existing C/C++ code in shared libraries can be extremely challenging. Untangling the confusing maze of library calls, data translations, and linked in CUDA code can be convoluted and time consuming, as neither Python nor C/C++ debuggers provide a comprehensive view across the languages. We'll look at how Python-C/C++ transformations combined with a multi-threaded, multi-process debugger helps you understand what's going on within your deep learning code.


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Deep Learning and AI Tools and Libraries
Aerospace Energy / Oil & Gas Financial Services Software
25 minutes
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