AIXPRT is an AI benchmark tool that makes it easier to evaluate a system's machine learning inference performance by running common image-classification, object-detection, and recommender system workloads.
AIXPRT includes support for the Intel OpenVINO, TensorFlow, and NVIDIA TensorRT toolkits to run image-classification and object-detection workloads with the ResNet-50 and SSD-MobileNet v1 networks, as well as a Wide and Deep recommender system workload with the Apache MXNet toolkit. The test reports FP32, FP16, and INT8 levels of precision. Test systems must be running Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Windows 10, and the minimum CPU and GPU requirements vary by toolkit. You can find more detail on hardware and software requirements in the installation package's readme files.
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