Join the forum
The MLPerf forum is open to everyone. To join, you will need to:
- Associate a Google account with your existing email address. To do so go here.
- Go here and click “apply for membership”.
Join working groups
MLPerf is run by a set of working groups. Before joining a working group, please first join the forum as described above. To join a working group please follow the group name hyperlink and click “apply for membership”.
|Training Submitters||Meeting-of-record for training rules. Submitters must attend.||Victor Bittorf|
|Training Special Topics||Explore training topics that require in depth discussion.||Jonathan Cohen|
|Training Results||Handle post-submission issues and presentation of Training results.||Andy Hock|
|Inference Submitters||Meeting-of-record for inference rules. Submitters must attend.||Christine Cheng, David Kanter|
|Inference Special Topics||Explore inference topics that require in depth discussion.||Carole-Jean Wu, Vijay Janapa Reddi|
|Inference Results||Handle post-submission issues and presentation of Inference results.||Guenther Schmuelling|
|Power||Determine how to measure power for MLPerf submissions.||Bing Yu, Hanlin Tang, Jonah Alben|
|Time Series Benchmark||Create a time series benchmark.||Xinyuan Huang, Sergey Serebryakov, Ankur Ankur|
|Speech Benchmark||Create a speech benchmark.||Sam Davis, Peter Baldwin|
|HPC||Explore ML benchmarking supercomputers.||Steve Farrel, Jacob Balma, Abid Muslim|
|Silicon IP||Explore ML benchmarking hardware in simulation.||Colin Osborne, Debajyoti Pal|
|Pre-Silicon||Explore ML benchmarking silicon IP.||Jeffery Liao|
|ML Commons Scope Expansion|
|Governance||Create host legal entity.||Peter Mattson|
|Datasets||Create large public datasets.||Greg Diamos, Peter Mattson, Vijay Janapa Reddi|
|Best Practices||Develop basic best practices for ML.||Sarah Bird, Debo Dutta, Victor Bittorf|
|Research||Promote ML in the research community.||Cody Coleman, Gennady Pekhimenko|
Attend community meetings
MLPerf organizes a community meeting every other month. The meetings are open to anyone who is a member of a working group. The dates and locations are shown below. More specific information is available on the discussion group.
|Community Meeting Date||Location||Slides|
|Thursday, February 14, 2019||Xilinx, San Jose||slides|
|Thursday, April 4, 2019||Synopsys, San Jose||slides|
|Thursday, June 6, 2019||AMD, Santa Clara||slides|
|Thursday, August 8, 2019||Cadence, San Jose|
|Thursday, October 10, 2019||Samsung, San Jose|
|Thursday, December 12, 2019||Facebook, Menlo Park|
Become a supporting org
For the remainder of 2019 it is free to become a supporting organization and have your logo shown on the MLPerf home page. Please have a member of your marketing or legal teams send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the following exact permission "the MLPerf effort can use our company name and logo on the MLPerf.org website, documents, and press as a supporting organization” along with your preferred logo for a white background (jpeg or png).
Starting in 2020, MLPerf will be hosted by a non-profit called MLCommons. Membership in MLCommons will be required for display of logos, participation in most MLPerf activities, and submission of benchmark results. If your organization would like to become a founding member of MLCommons, please contact email@example.com.
Questions or issues
If you have administrative questions, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have technical questions or issues with the reference code or rules, please file issues against the appropriate Github repo.