neural network

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Synonyms for neural network

computer architecture in which processors are connected in a manner suggestive of connections between neurons


any network of neurons or nuclei that function together to perform some function in the body

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With the advent of deep learning technologies such as text-to-speech, automatic speech recognition, and natural language processing, chatbots that simulate human conversation and dialogue can now be found in call centers and customer service workflows, DevOps management, and as personal assistants.
The design of efficient hardware systems to support deep learning is the focus of an MIT Professional Education course titled "Designing Efficient Deep Learning Systems" that Sze will teach March 28-29 at the Samsung Research America campus in Mountain View, CA.
Deep learning is intrinsically different from other algorithms.
There is no easy way of telling why deep learning churns out a particular result.
To meet these growing industry demands, four years ago IBM set out to design the POWER9 chip on a blank sheet to build a new architecture to manage free-flowing data, streaming sensors and algorithms for data-intensive AI and deep learning workloads on Linux.
Deep learning enables higher levels of recognition accuracy by capitalizing on the deeply layered structures of artificial neural networks in order to learn from prepared data.
TITAN V's incredible power is ideal for developers who want to use their PCs to do work in AI, deep learning and high-performance computing, according to the firm.
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Each Tesla V100 SXM2 provides 16GB of CoWoS HBM2 Stacked Memory and a staggering 125 TeraFLOPS mixed-precision deep learning performance, 15.
Deep learning systems are based on artificial neural networks that are modeled after the human brain, with neurons connected together in layers like a web.
The main aim of the research effort is the development and real world evaluation of deep learning algorithms that allow effective communication and transfer of control between human and machine.
Technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, cognitive computing and natural language processing are changing the world.
Genedata's newsest Deep Learning for High Content Screening (HCS) platform enables pharmaceutical R&D organizations to reduce the time it takes--by more than half--to accurately classify HCS images and detect new phenotypes.
As a result of their limited abilities to deal with complex problem-solving processes, many learners tend to engage in surface rather than deep learning experience that enables them to achieve desired learning outcomes (Wang, Kirschner, & Bridges, 2016).
Now Microsoft is trying something similar, with its Project Brainwave hardware, which supports many major deep learning systems in wide use.