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You really might want to take a look at neural networks

I’m edging into “shill” territory, but the recent rapid progress in neural networks is really worth elaborating upon: By now, you’re probably aware that Google’s DeepMind developed a Go algorithm that defeated a professional player in a widely publicized match.  You might not know that DeepMind’s paper describing their algorithm was accepted at Nature, and

Neural networks. Neural networks? Neural networks!

Google has received a flurry of media attention recently for their psychedelic image generation technique via neural networks (called inceptionism).  A handful of fascinating links have sprouted up concerning neural network techniques, so I’ve collated a handful here with some commentary.   1. As always, wikipedia is the best place to start.  The specialized articles