The current prodigy wheels only support
x86_64, so it's only possible to use them in emulation model on an M1. If you install conda for
x86_64, I think it should work, e.g.
miniforge for OS X wait, miniforge has python 3.9 by default, so an better recommendation would be miniconda with python 3.8: Miniconda — Conda documentation
x86_64: GitHub - conda-forge/miniforge: A conda-forge distribution.
You should also make sure you're using python 3.6-3.8 and not python 3.9, which also isn't supported by this wheel. You can check the version and architecture for python in your conda env with:
python -c "import platform; print(platform.machine())"
We are planning to include both python 3.9 and OS X
arm64 wheels for the upcoming v1.11 release that will switch to spaCy v3. I'm not sure whether python 3.9 or
arm64 wheels are planned for v1.10 at this point, but we do have the basic infrastructure to support this now.