High Performance Computing GPU Accelerators in Deep Learning

Sponsored Post Katie Garrison, Marketing Commuincations, One Stop Solutions Deep learning is a branch of machine learning that attempts to train computers to identify patterns and objects, in the same way humans do. For example, Google Brain, a deep learning research project at Google, is made up of a cluster of 16,000 computers. In 2012, Google Brain successfully trained itself to recognize a cat based on images taken from YouTube videos. This technology is already used in speech recognition, photo searches on Google+ and video recommendations on YouTube. Deep learning is used in the research community and may seem important to only a small percentage of the population; but deep learning also has an impact on the average person and will continue to do so as technology advances and techniques…

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