I do not. Although I did originally install Nvidia Cuda 7.0 on the Mac Pro as I always used to get a message about it on my laptop - i now see why that was wrong.
However, I originally guessed that it might have something to do with this and deleted everything I could find relating to it - and then did a factory reset on the machine itself. And now I am still getting the error message but there is no CUDA.Framework file to delete.
Do you know of a solution?
As a note, if you ever get that message that caused you to download the CUDA driver. Read it more carefully. It's saying that you need an NVIDIA card with the right CUDA drivers - but ONLY for one, non-essential feature to be made faster (the ray-traced renderer). Since you don't have an NVIDIA card, if you see that message again, just tick the option to never show that message again.
In the meantime, I'd recommend uninstalling AE, running the Adobe CC Cleaner and reinstalling.