Thoughts on Rust in 2019

What I’d like to see in 2019

  • Stable low-level mathematical packages (nalgebra, ndarray, statistics, probability, calculus)
  • (Web)Serving (Python/Julia built) deep learning models
  • Data processing infrastructure
  • Easier to use concurrency primitives and networking

What currently exists?

Snips NLU (Natural Language Understanding)

TVM-rust

PyTorch to C++ (-> Rust?)

Wyrm

DataFusion

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trained in philosophy & logic; write programs; m.a. linguistics pursuing m.s. in math; arithmetic geometry wannabe. (anti)symmetry universe. NLP, AI

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trained in philosophy & logic; write programs; m.a. linguistics pursuing m.s. in math; arithmetic geometry wannabe. (anti)symmetry universe. NLP, AI

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