Machine Learning: One Step Closer to Supercomputers that Can Fit in your Pocket

Home › Machine Learning › Machine Learning: One Step Closer to Supercomputers that Can Fit in your Pocket By Dick Weisinger Machine learning is a branch of computer science related to artificial intelligence that attempts to enable computers to learn and make predictions and decisions based on collected information. Increasingly, machine learning is being done with machines equipped with GPUs.  The current generation of GPU machines are computers with very many core processors.  A typical CPU today has two or four cores.  GPUs may have 16 or more cores.  The GPU cores currently run significantly slower than CPU cores and don’t have as many features built into it that are needed by most operating systems.  The GPU cores have been tuned to work on very compute-intensive processes like video and image processing and…


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