This Thursday 9/9 ( (9am California Time, 16:00 UTC ) at the MLIR Open Design Meeting, my summer intern Gus Smith will present the results of his work here at Google on “ML-Driven Auto-Configurator for Sparse Tensor Kernels in MLIR”. If you are curious on how ML can help finding the best storage scheme for a particular class of sparse tensors and kernels, make sure to tune in!
As usual the information to join the meeting:
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This thread will also be updated with slides and recording after the meeting.