Hey, I work in the computer science department at the University of Pennsylvania. We’re doing deep learning research, and we’re looking to access unused hardware for our technology. We’ve developed software that could be installed on a distributed network of dedicated host machines that would run our analyses full-time. The catch is, you would have to plug-in a dedicated machine for this. Our lab is able to provide compensation for accessing the machine, but our first question is whether or not you have an unused PC that has a modern GPU (for CUDA or OpenCL programs). Before we try to distribute our software, we want to see if people like you actually have these machines lying around. What do you guys think? Do you have extra machines you'd be willing to plug-in? Thanks!