Keras Windows, do I need to install CUDA for Windows?

Hi, this is might be a dumb question:

I followed the instructions on KNIME blog on Keras integration (using Anaconda).

Do I still need to install CUDA for Windows? If so, which version should I aim for?

Thanks!

Hi @seoseokho83,

No, you shouldn’t need to install CUDA manually. It should now be present in the conda environment you created. You can verify that by running conda list and looking for cudatoolkit.

You only have to make sure that the Nvidia graphics drivers are installed.

Best,
Benny

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Awesome! that’s what I thought - just wanted to make sure.

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