Newsletters Offers AI Blueprints Platform that Delivers End to End and Open-Source ML Pipelines and Model APIs, an Intel company, is releasing AI Blueprints to help developers quickly deliver AI applications with easy-to-use ML pipelines that can run on any infrastructure. AI Blueprints are a curated, verified, and open-source library of ML model APIs and customizable pipelines to enable software developers to easily enhance their applications with AI to solve any business or product problem, according to the vendor. AI blueprints are built on’s experience working with the leading data and AI teams in the world, learning and identifying recurring bottlenecks and engineering challenges that arise while putting ML in production.

The AI Blueprints are a collection of complete, data-centric and customizable ML pipelines focused on easy integration between data sources and targets. AI Blueprints are community driven and offer a collection with dozens of AI use-cases with 100+ components that will continuously grow with community contributions.

With AI Blueprints, organizations will be able to host their own private repository of Blueprints and help data scientists democratize their work, enabling other developers in their organization to apply machine learning that is tailored to their business use case. AI Blueprints are powered by Metacloud, a cloud native AI platform, with the ability to bring your own compute and storage, and run AI workloads anywhere. is also offering hands-on AI Blueprints workshops for developers interested in building their own end to end AI solution to apply to their business domain. Sign up today and join’s community of developers.

“AI Blueprints is our way of enabling data scientists to share their work easily and help organizations to keep up with the demand, and apply more AI to more use-cases,” said Yochay Ettun, CEO and co-founder of “The AI Blueprints are developer-friendly, open source, and fully customizable—enabling any developer to easily add ML to their applications.”

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