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In this post, Duy Nguyen, Ildar Akhmedyanov, Jacob N Scott, and Karthikgeyan Elangovan have presented a comprehensive overview of distributed deep learning (D2L). D2L is quickly becoming an essential tool for companies who rely on the scalability and flexibility of training their machine learning (ML) models. The authors discuss the benefits of D2L and provide an analysis to compare it with traditional single-machine training techniques. They also describe the various frameworks available for implementing D2L in production environments. Finally, they highlight potential challenges associated with scaling deep learning models, such as data partitioning and communication costs. Overall, this post provides a valuable reference point for anyone interested in understanding how to benefit from distributed deep learning architectures.