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posted in September 1999

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Lucent servers demo speech-recognition capabilities
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Using Bell Labs neural-based designs adapted to run over a local-area network, Lucent Technologies has demonstrated its first speech-recognition servers.
Power-grid planners plug in to neuro-fuzzy systems
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9/23/1999   Post a comment
The Consortium for the Intelligent Management of the Electric Power Grid launched its flagship effort this month with a plan intended to prevent power failures by using a self-healing regulatory system that smartens its management decisions by drawing on fuzzy logic and neural learning.
E-mail 'happy faces' come alive
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9/22/1999   Post a comment
Deep inside the urban canyons of San Diego, the heart of an engineer waxes and wanes, happiness or sadness seesawing on the strength of two punctuation marks — a colon paired with a parenthesis, either closed :) or open :(.
Neural processing shapes high-fidelity audio
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9/17/1999   Post a comment
Boston University researchers have discovered a way to shape the noise spectrum of analog signals for higher fidelity, achieving ear-rivaling dynamic range (DR) and virtually unbounded signal-to-noise ratios (SNRs) by using a variable-sized neural network.
Verdict is in: brain is serial image processor
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9/8/1999   Post a comment
Since the emergence of machine vision in the 1960s, debate has raged over whether a parallel or serial architecture is best.


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