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Nano Neural Networks

Current neural networks are software constructs that run on computing devices. A new approach suggests the possibility of building neural networks into hardware using the structure of nanomaterials. AI implications: Engineer’s model lays groundwork for machine-learning device – [sciencedaily.com] In what could be a small step for science potentially leading to a breakthrough, an engineer […]

Neural Networks

A biological neural network is a collection of connected neurons that offer some function as a nervous system or brain. But the term “neural network” usually refers to a software logic array that attempts to mimic some part of the design or function of a biological network. In the biological form, there are neuron cells […]

Evolutionary Computation

Computational techniques that mimic the process of biological evolution are considered to be “evolutionary computation”. This is an umbrella term that can include the areas known as; evolutionary/genetic algorithms, evolutionary/genetic programming, evolutionary/genetic strategies and more. Biological evolution works through a somewhat random or haphazard insertion of mutations and other variations that produce diversification in biological […]

SW Without HW

It has been said that “without hardware, software is nothing, but without software, hardware is something.” And you can even make an argument that some level of logic can be built into hardware simply because it must have some kind of ordered structure on many levels: time and space, atomic, molecular, chemical, even simple shape. […]