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Neural Networks

Last week I read in Seattle Times that Hinton, along with two others got Turing Prize. In case you are wondering, Turing Prize is equivalent to Nobel Prize, for Technology. Hinton was a pioneer of Neural Network research in the 80's when it was not fashionable to do that. Despite that, he and a few others pushed on and finally it paid off. They got the prize for their contribution to AI technology through their research in Neural Networks. It makes me proud to say I myself was involved in Neural Networks research when I was at Shell and continue to dabble in it even now but for studying stock market dynamics

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