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Scientists Model Brain to Teach Computers to Recognize

Researchers at the beginning of the computer revolution assumed that teaching a computer to recognize something would be easy. Researchers from Los Alamos National Laboratory, Chatham University, and Emory University created a neural network with a slightly different structure than what is usually used in research. Most neural network research involves wiring artificial neurons from one layer to others in another layer. In this case, the researchers decided to wire some neurons to other neurons in the same layer, creating lateral connections.

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