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And the answer to “How is Machine Learning different from Deep Learning?” is – it is not. Machine learning (ML) is a tool used to train Artificial Intelligence (AI) to perform different tasks. Deep Learning (DL) is a type of Machine Learning.
If you are new to machine learning you probably are wondering “What hardware specifications does my computer or server need to run machine learning?”. We have combined the results of the tests run by pugetsystems and came with the short answer short answer “With a lot of GPUs and VRam”, the longer and more detailed answer can be read a bit late in that article (link to chapter), but to be useful to as many people as possible we will start with some basic information about machine learning.
Most of the people who work with 3D have asked themselves how can I speed the rendering process. And all of them have some advice to give. But it is mostly set this setting to 3 instead of 4, and this one to 13 instead of 25.