Stephen Downes

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So this is pretty cool. "'Liquid&' neural nets, based on a worm's nervous system, can transform their underlying algorithms on the fly, giving them unprecedented speed and adaptability. QUOTE: While the algorithms at the heart of traditional networks are set during training, when these systems are fed reams of data to calibrate the best values for their weights, liquid neural nets are more adaptable. 'They're able to change their underlying equations based on the input they observe,' specifically changing how quickly neurons respond, said Daniela Rus."

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