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Neural networks and image recognition

I’ve been enjoying xmas holidays doing some machine learning and Neural Network programming, in the general context of ‘Target Recognition’, more specifically, trying to teach my computer how to decide whether a person in an image is male or female. This … Continue reading

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Computer Scientists discover nature’s tendency to produce modular systems

Hod Lipson and team at Cornell University have used simulation and genetic algorithms to prove that modular systems evolve naturally as soon as the cost of maintaining the interconnectedness of the system is taken into account (in addition to the … Continue reading

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Genetic algorithms, what are they…?

If you have ever written a computer program, they you should know what an algorithm is: basically, a very detailed step-by-step description on how to solve a particular problem. At its core, programming really is about designing and implementing algorithms, … Continue reading

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