Artificial Neural Networks Technology


POSTED:  August 20, 1992

BY: Dave Anderson, George McNeill

This report is intended to help the reader understand what artificial neural networks are, how to use them, and where they are currently being used. Artificial neural networks are being touted as the wave of the future in computing. They are indeed self-learning mechanisms that don’t require the traditional skills of a programmer. But unfortunately, misconceptions have arisen. Writers have hyped that these neuron-inspired processors can do almost anything. These exaggerations have created disappointments for some potential users who have tried and failed to solve their problems with neural networks. This report aims to provide the reader with a general understanding of neural networks, how they are currently being applied, the tools to apply them, plus the probable future of neural processing.

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