Instantaneously trained neural networks
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In the artificial intelligence topic of machine learning, probably the best known example of an instant-training network is the Willshaw network, and its descendant the ADAM network (Advanced Distributed Associative Memory). These are both associative networks; this is an example of supervised learning.
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