Intel® AI Analytics Toolkit (AI Kit)
Achieve End-to-End Performance for AI Workloads Powered by oneAPI
Accelerate Data Science & AI Pipelines
The AI Kit gives data scientists, AI developers, and researchers familiar Python* tools and frameworks to accelerate end-to-end data science and analytics pipelines on Intel® architecture. The components are built using oneAPI libraries for low-level compute optimizations. This toolkit maximizes performance from preprocessing through machine learning, and provides interoperability for efficient model development.
Using this toolkit, you can:
- Deliver high-performance, deep learning training on Intel® XPUs and integrate fast inference into your AI development workflow with Intel®-optimized, deep learning frameworks for TensorFlow* and PyTorch*, pretrained models, and low-precision tools.
- Achieve drop-in acceleration for data preprocessing and machine learning workflows with compute-intensive Python packages, Modin*, scikit-learn*, and XGBoost.
- Gain direct access to analytics and AI optimizations from Intel to ensure that your software works together seamlessly.
Download the Toolkit
Accelerate end-to-end machine learning and data science pipelines with optimized deep learning frameworks and high-performing Python* libraries.
Develop in the Cloud
Build and optimize oneAPI multiarchitecture applications using the latest optimized Intel® oneAPI and AI tools, and test your workloads across Intel® CPUs and GPUs. No hardware installations, software downloads, or configuration necessary. Free for 120 days with extensions possible.
- Intel Xeon processors
- Intel Xeon Scalable processors
- Intel Core processors
- Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series
- Intel Data Center GPU Max Series
- Compatible with Intel® compilers and others that follow established language standards
- Linux: Eclipse* IDE
- MPI (MPICH-based, Open MPI)
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