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Each open-source AI reference kit contains model code, training data, instructions for setting up a machine learning pipeline, libraries and one API component, and more to optimize AI and improve ease of use, whether it’s in local, cloud or edge computing.

These open-source AI reference kits can meet the needs of various industries such as consumer goods, energy, utilities, financial services, health and life sciences, manufacturing, retail, telecom, etc..

Intel said that developers adopting these AI reference suites can significantly reduce the deployment time, can not be limited by proprietary environments, to help developers and data scientists can be faster and more economical training models.

“By working with Intel on these AI reference suites, we have increased the productivity of our clients’ AI workloads,” said John Giubileo, managing director of Accenture.

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