Deep learning operation - is there any formal definition?

Hi,

In the announcement of the new self-driving car platform Drive PX2 there is a piece of information about the performance of the system, namely, 24 Trillion Deep Learning Operations per Second. Is there any formal definition of “deep learning operation”? I’m currently running some calculations related to deep learning and it would be useful to have some sort of unit to calculate in (if it is a real “thing”).

Thanks!

P.S.: Sorry if I’m at the wrong topic, I couldn’t find a closer one.
The announcement is here: http://nvidianews.nvidia.com/news/nvidia-boosts-iq-of-self-driving-cars-with-world-s-first-in-car-artificial-intelligence-supercomputer

Hi
You may refer below NVIDIA cuDNN – GPU Accelerated Deep Learning page as a start.
https://developer.nvidia.com/cudnn

Thanks

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