I gave a talk entitled Deep Learning using WebGL the 29th of October 2018 at the University of Pennsylvania. I was invited by Patrick Cozzi, who leads the development of Cesium and who have written various amazing books about WebGL and 3D programming. I explained to Master2 students in computer graphics how to use the GPU to do computations with WebGL, then how to code the specific computations required for deep learning. I detailed some tricks & tips of WebGL GPGPU.

The ENIAC is a computer built in 1946 to process physical simulations. It is exposed in the entrance of the computer science building @UPenn.

The slides are available here: webglacademy.com/uPenn2

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Xavier Bourry

CTO @Jeeliz