IBM and Nvidia join forces with AI deep learning software

Charlee Gothard
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Three popular open source frameworks combined in custom GPU project

IBM and Nvidia have announced a deep learning partnership dubbed PowerAI. The software, which is designed to run on IBM's Linux-based S822LC HPC (high performance computing) server, can handle G...

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