CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) is a parallel computing platform and programming model developed by NVIDIA for general purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPUs). A GPU is a specialized type of processor that is designed to perform rapid calculations and is well-suited to tasks such as rendering graphics and performing machine learning computations.

A CUDA-enabled GPU is a GPU that is capable of running CUDA applications. CUDA-enabled GPUs are available in a range of form factors, including as standalone graphics cards that can be installed in a computer, as well as in the form of integrated GPUs that are built into some CPUs.

To use a CUDA-enabled GPU for machine learning or other compute-intensive tasks, you will need to have a device that has a CUDA-enabled GPU and install the necessary software and drivers. You will also need to use programming languages and libraries that support CUDA, such as Python with the NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit.

CUDA-enabled GPUs can provide significant performance improvements for machine learning and other compute-intensive tasks compared to CPUs, due to their ability to perform many calculations in parallel. This makes them well-suited to tasks such as training large machine learning models and performing data analytics.

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