Rust functions for AI inference in Node.js. Use pre-trained Tensorflow models to analyze images.
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Machine learning in Rust could be 25x faster than Python. Detect patterns and visulaize your data.
As hardware miniaturization hits the quantum limit, software performance becomes the driver of growth. WebAssembly is a key technology that makes software more effcient, while preserving safety, portability, and software engineering best practices we built up in the past 25 years.
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Get started with Rust functions in Node.js apps. Experiment with it without having to download any software or toolchain. Just open the repository in VSCode Codepsaces.
Encryption and decryption are computationally intensive tasks for web apps. In this example, we will show you how to perform those tasks efficiently and safely in Rust and WebAssembly.
SSVM supports the WebAssembly System Interface (WASI) standard. It allows WebAssembly bytecode programs to access system resources such as the random seed, standard I/O, and the file system. Just make those system calls through the standard libraries in your Rust code. The ssvmup tool compiles them into WebAssembly to run in SSVM.
Built on the capability-based security model, the SSVM provides a Rust API to access AI hardware, such as inference chips. The Rust function calls are translated to hardware native operations and executed on the hardware. It boosts AI performance by 1000x and enables secure sharing of hardware among isolated applications.
SSVM storage interface is a Rust API that allows programs to persist arbitrary data into a high performance key/value store attached to the SSVM. It works similarly to WASI but for databases, and it achieves much higher data throughput than WASI file system calls. The SSVM storage interface is crucial for developing stateful functions for web services.