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NDC Oslo 2024
 | 14.06.2024

WebAssembly++ – Build AI-driven applications for browser, edge, and server(less)

WebAssembly (Wasm) is changing how AI models work on different platforms. Christian is exploring how Wasm lets us run AI in web browsers, utilizing tools like WebNN for neural network APIs, WebGPU for accelerated calculations, and ONNX Runtime for cross-platform model inferencing. Discover transformative libraries such as transformers.js for executing pre-trained models for Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision, Audio, or even Multimodal scenarios. You'll see how Wasm is used not just in browsers but also in edge and server computing. Technologies like WASI-NN brings neural network capabilities to WebAssembly System Interface (WASI), and WasmEdge offers a high-performance runtime for running AI code on edge devices. Last but not least, Serverless AI approaches reshape how we deploy AI models with minimal overhead and maximum efficiency. Join Christian to unlock the potential of AI models - like Whisper, Mistral, Llama2, or Llava - in your applications with the power and flexibility of the WebAssembly ecosystem. There is a world beyond OpenAI & GPT.

Christian Weyer
Christian Weyer is co-founder and CTO of Thinktecture. He’s been creating software for more than two decades.


NDC Oslo 2024
- 14.06.24 
@ Oslo

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