How we made TensorFlow run on a Raspberry Pi using Rust

And we open sourced all of it!

Thibaut Lorrain
Feb 24, 2017 · 5 min read

Today, we are open sourcing some scripts to cross compile TensorFlow for the RaspberryPi.

Since its release in 2015, TensorFlow has become one of the most powerful tool for doing machine learning. Our upcoming on-device AI platform makes heavy use of it, so we’ve been working hard on making it run on small devices such as Raspberry Pis!

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Snips Blog

This publication features the articles written by the Snips team, fellows, and friends. Snips started as an AI lab in 2013, and now builds Private-by-Design, decentralized, open source voice assistants.