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In the really ancient days, which is 2013, Soumith did a great job benchmarking the frameworks of the past, starting with Caffe Cuda-Convnet Theano and Torch, and made all the frameworks starting to realize the importance of proper design for speed. Today vendors are doing such a great job, and most frameworks are basically calling into vendor libraries, especially cudnn. Read more from reddit.com…

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