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Technical discussion meeting Info

Adlik is open to embrace any possible collabrations from the community and a techincal discussion meeting with Adlik developers will be arranged for a certain topic from time to time.  You can see information of Adlik techincal discussion meeting by subscribing to its mailing list adlik-technical-discuss@lists.lfai.foundation which will send you TSC meeting information on https://lists.lfai.foundation/g/adlik-technical-discuss

If you have a topic that you'd like to discuss, please send email to  adlik-technical-discuss@lists.lfai.foundation to request a technical discussion meeting.

Zoom Details

Topic: On demand
Time: On demand
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07/22

  1. Topic: Possible collabration with Paddle - with Baidu
  2. Zoom meeting: 20200722.mp4

07/07

  1. Topic: Review Adlik benchmark test solution - with AIIA
  2. Zoom meeting: TD_20200707.mp4
  3. Adlik video guidance
  4. Discussion on benchmark test of inference frameworks
  5. Discussion on model explainability test tool

06/08

  1. Topic: Review CR proposed to ORAN - with China Mobile
  2. Zoom meeting: TD_20200608.mp4
  3. Summary: 
    1. Add content to the original document in revision mode;
    2. Split compiling host and optimizing host in Figure1; 
    3. Add reference to Adlik;
    4. Add space between paragraghs;
    5. Merge model Deployment and Inference of compiled model and non compiled model;
    6. Sequence number alignment in Figure 13;
    7. Qi adviced to include the benchmark test tool in the CR introduction.

05/20

  1. Topic: Integration of Adlik in ORAN - with China Mobile
  2. Zoom meeting: TD_20200520.mp4
  3. Summary: Tao Liu introduced CR of O-RAN.WG2.AIML. Further work: 1) Push forward WG2 standardization 2) PoC.

04/29

  1. Topic: Integration of Adlik in MEC - with China Unicom
  2. Zoom meeting: TD_20200429.mp4
  3. Summary: Offline research of MEC architecture will be done, need further discussion to identify the target and tasks for the collabration.
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