What is GPU (Graphics Processing Unit)?

GPSS intended to quickly control and alter memory to accelerate the production of images in a frame buffer intended for output to a display device. Initially GPUs were intended to accelerate the rendering of 3D graphics. Over time, it permitted graphics programmers to make more interesting visual effects and practical scenes with advanced lighting techniques. GPU can be available on a video card or implanted on the motherboard. GPUs are turning out to be more well known for use in inventive creation and artificial intelligence (AI).