neural computer

neural computer

n
(Computer Science) another name for neurocomputer
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Sandia says this supplemental computer code, which essentially is added onto conventional software training programs, enables neural computer networks to process information up to a 100 times more efficiently than the current industry standard.
These differences of perspective have led to ongoing debates about whether the analog-level computation of individual neurons or the higher level circuit connectivity should be central to a neural computer design.
DeepMind's new differentiable neural computer (DNC) can be fed standard information like a map or family tree and work out the relationships between the items listed on the data structure, reports The Next Web.
This needs deep synthesis between the underlying hardware architecture, and that is where neural computer comes in.
Keywords: The Global University System (GUS), Globally Collaborative Environmental Peace Gaming (GCEPG), Neural Computer Network.
But the IT company's main gig is developing artificial intelligence using a ground-breaking photo diode sensor and neural computer system.
In Pinker's own words, the book is about "reverse-engineering the neural computer fitted by natural selection with combinatorial algorithms for causal and probabilistic reasoning about plants, animals, objects, and people....
While the BPN is not necessarily the most powerful neural computer, it has been shown to be suitable in a wide array of applications.
Programming a neural computer differs from programming a conventional computer.
Neural computers can also learn from experience and improve and adapt their behaviour to new and changing environments, according to a spokesperson from Neural Technologies.
Neural computers, on the other hand, can overcome these problems in a uniquely different way.
SDIO EYES NEURAL NETS...A two-year, $389,000 contract to research the uses of neural computers to detect nuclear warheads in space has been awarded by the SDIO to Hecht-Nielsen Neurocomputer Corp., San Diego.