Will a program using CUDA technology work on systems on NVidia graphics cards that do not support CUDA? And in systems on video cards from other manufacturers?

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    It depends on how the program is written. Normally - will not.

    • What does "as written" mean? - Ololo
    • This means that a program that uses kudu needs support from this technology. If there is no support, the program does not work. Crutches: - make a kuda emulator. - make the program itself check for kudy. In case of absence, start in another scenario. - knes

    You can compile and run the program in emulation mode, i.e. on the CPU. But it will work, of course, an order of magnitude slower.