Computers with humanlike brains?

O'Malley, Chris; Reed, Sandy
June 1993
Popular Science;Jun93, Vol. 242 Issue 6, p47
Reports that Intel Corp. and Nestor Inc. have developed a `neural network' chip that they've recently delivered to the government's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA. Specifics on the chip, called the Ni1000; How it works.


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