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Talking nets : an oral history of neural networks

Author: James A Anderson; Edward Rosenfeld
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©1998.
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Since World War II, a group of scientists has been attempting to understand the human nervous system and to build computer systems that emulate the brian's abilities. Many of the workers in this field of neural networks came from cybernetics; others came from neuroscience, physics, electrical engineering, mathematics, psychology, even economics. In this collection of interviews, those who helped to shape the field  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Interview
Entretiens
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James A Anderson; Edward Rosenfeld
ISBN: 0262011670 9780262011679
OCLC Number: 37180900
Notes: "A Bradford book."
Description: xi, 434 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. Jerome Y. Lettvin --
2. Walter J. Freeman --
3. Bernard Widrow --
4. Leon N. Cooper --
5. Jack D. Cowan --
6. Carver Mead --
7. Teuvo Kohonen --
8. Stephen Grossberg --
9. Gail Carpenter and Stephen Grossberg --
10. Michael A. Arbib --
11. James A. Anderson --
12. David E. Rumelhart --
13. Robert Hecht-Nielsen --
14. Terrence J. Sejnowski --
15. Paul J. Werbos --
16. Geoffrey E. Hinton --
17. Bart Kosko.
Responsibility: edited by James A. Anderson and Edward Rosenfeld.

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In this collection of interviews, those who helped to shape the field of neurocomputing share their childhood memoires, their influences, how they became interested in neural networks, and what they  Read more...

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Talking Nets is a fascinating book... Anyone with a serious -- or even half-serious -- interest in neural networks, or in the history of AI or cognitive science, should read Talking Nets. -- Margaret Read more...

 
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