Last Updated on July 25, 2023 by Editorial Team
Author(s): Carlos Aguayo
Originally published on Towards AI.
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HuggingFace has made it extremely easy to run Machine Learning models in Python.
But what if you need to run these models in Java? A simple solution is to stand a Python service and make an HTTP request from Java.
But sometimes, you can’t issue HTTP requests to services. Therefore, how can you run a model directly in Java?
You can use the “Deep Java Library” (https://djl.ai/) and the “Open Neural Network Exchange” (https://onnx.ai/) to make things happen.
In this post, I’ll give a working example to get started.
First, let’s run in Python… Read the full blog for free on Medium.
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