A Graphics Processing Unit, abbreviated as GPU, refers to a specific kind of electronic circuitry engineered to swiftly modify and adjust memory to expedite the generation of visuals in a frame buffer, which are then outputted to a screen. Thanks to their strong capacity for parallel processing, GPUs excel at performing tasks such as generating graphics for interactive gaming and processing intensive computations in the realms of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

The GPU Gold Rush

NVIDIA’s Stock Skyrockets as GPUs Take Center Stage in the Language Model Revolution.