OpenAI Suggests Open-Source Triton Language as an Option to Nvidia’s CUDA

OpenAI Suggests Open-Source Triton Language as an Option to Nvidias CUDA-01

According to artificial intelligence research group OpenAI, Nvidia’s graphics processing units are too difficult to program, even with Nvidia’s own programming tool, CUDA.

The San Francisco-based AI startup, which is sponsored by Khosla Ventures and Microsoft, just released the 1.0 version of Triton, a new programming language created to alleviate that burden, and inserted a link to the source code on GitHub.

According to OpenAI, Triton can provide significant ease-of-use improvements over coding in CUDA for some neural network activities at the heart of machine learning types of AI, such as matrix multiplies.

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