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The most basic introduction to computers spells it out: software runs on the CPU. At some point, this became not entirely true. Graphics cards now support general purpose computing via apis such as CUDA and OpenCL. This talk will introduce you to how and why you can take advantage of these capabilities for a wide variety of applications. Moore's Law may have petered out, but there are plenty of other ways to make your applications run faster.
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CUDA, OpenCL and the GPGPU Revolution
Brian Sletten is a renowned consultant, speaker and software engineer with a focus on forward-leaning technologies. He provides advice and practical solutions for organizations interested in adopting disruptive technologies and concepts to their development and management.