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GPU-enabled AI is a subset of so- called general-purpose GPU computing (GPGPU). But it promises to be one of the fastest-growing subsets. The rise of cloud computing, recent high-powered graphics-chip releases by AMD's competitor Nvidia, and the growing acceptance of the OpenCL programming platform have all converged to allow GPU-enabled AI to take off in the months ahead. AMD continues to work with partners such as OTOY, a developer of high-speed rendering technologies, on cloud computing initiatives such as its so-called Fusion Render Cloud.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 4 )