Largest web collection of digital facsimiles of original documents by Turing and other pioneers of computing. Plus articles about Turing and his work, including Artificial Intelligence. The documents that form the historical record of the development of computing are scattered throughout various archives, libraries and museums around the world. Until now, to study these documents required a knowledge of where to look, and a fistful of air tickets. This Virtual Archive contains digital facsimiles of the documents. AlanTuring.net
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Darwin among the machines A Presentation By George Dyson In examining the prospects for artificial intelligence and artificial life Samuel Butler (1835-1902) faced the same mysteries that permeate these two subjects today. "I first asked myself whether life might not, after all, resolve itself into the complexity of arrangement of an inconceivably intricate mechanism," he recalled in 1880, retracing the development of his ideas. "If, then, men were not really alive after all, but were only machines of so complicated a make that it was less trouble to us to cut the difficulty and say that that kind of mechanism was 'being alive,' why should not machines ultimately become as complicated as we are, or at any rate complicated enough to be called living, and to be indeed as living as it was in the nature of anything at all to be? If it was only a case of their becoming more complicated, we were certainly doing our best to make them so." 
Neural Networks Tutorial with Java Applets Introduction Neural Java is a series of exercises and demos. Each exercise consists of a short introduction, a small demonstration program written in Java (Java Applet), and a series of questions which are intended as an invitation to play with the programs and explore the possibilities of different algorithms. Neural Java
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JDK Welcome! The Generation5 JDK ( Java Development Kit ) is part of Generation5 's committment to making artificial intelligence and artificial life easy to understand and fun to explore. Take a look at the demonstrations and screenshots to see what the JDK is capable of. Then feel free to download the latest release and develop your own applications or applets. 1 April 2007
ConceptNet What is ConceptNet? [top] ConceptNet is a freely available commonsense knowledgebase and natural-language-processing toolkit which supports many practical textual-reasoning tasks over real-world documents right out-of-the-box (without additional statistical training) including
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Hot things cool, obviously. The house gets messy, frustratingly. In much the same way, messages are distorted. Weave a neural net with Python
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MIT Media Lab and MIT AI Lab Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, MIT Professor of E.E.C.S., M.I.T minsky at media.mit.edu Abstracts Bibliography Biography People Marvin Minsky has made many contributions to AI, cognitive psychology, mathematics, computational linguistics, robotics, and optics.
Pretraining Advice for Neural Network Newbies by Greg Heath
The Outsider's Guide to Artificial Intelligence
Prof. Leslie Smith Centre for Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience Department of Computing and Mathematics University of Stirling. firstname.lastname@example.org last major update: 25 October 1996: minor update 22 April 1998 and 12 Sept 2001: links updated (they were out of date) 12 Sept 2001; fix to math font (thanks Sietse Brouwer) 2 April 2003 This document is a roughly HTML-ised version of a talk given at the NSYN meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 28 February 1996, then updated a few times in response to comments received.
Welcome to my Neural Network project home page. You can find here the first version of a .NET neural network library and it's API documentation. This library was developed in C# as a .NET class library. I've also written a graphical interface to design neural networks and a few demos. Neural Network Library project in C# home page
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Contents Review The interest in artificial neural nets considerably increased in recent years. Internet contains a lot of materials about neural nets. They are various FAQs, books' ads, articles, etc. For example, FAQ of comp.ai.neural-nets newsgroup resides on ftp://ftp.sas.com/pub/neural/FAQ.html Unfortunately most information sources on neural nets lacks know-how on programming neural nets (NN) models. ABC++ of Neural Nets
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Fast Artificial Neural Network Library (FANN)
OpenEEG-related software BioExplorer is commercial software created by CyberEvolution. This costs around 375 to 450 USD, but a limited trial version is available. Some people on the mailing list (e.g. those who couldn't wait for free software to be developed) do actively use BioExplorer for their biofeedback training and seem very happy with it. The modularEEG hardware (with P2 firmware) is supported by an updated driver file, available here .
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Examining the Society of Mind To appear in the journal Computing and Informatics. Push Singh 28 October 2003 email@example.com Media Lab Massachusetts Institute of Technology 20 Ames Street Cambridge, MA 02139 United States
Electronic version of An Evolutionary Architecture An Evolutionary Architecture was published in January 1995 to coincide with an exhibition of the same name at the Architectural Association. It concentrates on the work of Diploma Unit 11 run by John and Julia Frazer (with Pete Silver and Guy Westbrook) between 1989 and 1996, but includes formative work by the author dating back to his diploma prize-winning project at the AA in 1969 and related research work at Cambridge University. The book investigates the fundamental form-generating processes in architecture, considering architecture as a form of artificial life, and proposing a genetic representation in a form of DNA-like code-script, which can then be subject to developmental and evolutionary processes in response to the user and the environment.