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README.md

Machine Learning's CO2 Impact

Checkout the online GPU emissions calculator!

By A. Lacoste, A. Luccioni, V. Schmidt

Read our paper on Quantifying Carbon Emissions of Machine Learning (NeurIPS 2019, Climate Change AI Workshop)

Use our generated latex template which automatically includes the Calculator's output for you to easily report your procedure's CO2 eq. emissions

Contributing

Setup

  1. Install npm: Node's package manager
  2. Install gulp: a build tool
  3. Install dependencies: from the root of this repo $ npm install
  4. Run the local server: $ gulp watch
  5. Edit files! Gulp will watch for changes, build the differences and reload the browser

Content

html files are split by section in the html/ folder, and then built into the index.html file.

After editing content, if gulp watch was running, you're good ; otherwise, run gulp build to apply your changes.

Data

Anything to say or add? See data/

Acknowledgements

Special thanks to

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