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Super-Turing Network to Revolutionize Computer Intelligence

A new breakthrough in neural networking might just lead to truly intelligent computers. Dubbed a super-Turing network, the new approach makes the neural networks so common to artificial intelligence research work very much like how our brains do. Statue of Turing by Stephen Kettle at Bletchley Park The model is based on a previous theoretical model that she posited in 1993. It means that her neural network learns an order of magnitude more effectively and faster than more traditional neural networks.

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