"Is the GPU the New CPU?" is the latest e-guide written by Kurt Cagle from Data Science Central which looks at how GPUs are starting to overshadow their older CPUs siblings as the powerhouse of the modern computer, handling complex neural networks and visualization tasks. Other topics covered include "Are DPUs the Next Iteration of GPUs? and "GPU Networks and the Future". Download the E-Guide below.
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