CRS WISARD

Made:
1984 in United Kingdom
maker:
Brunel University

Artificial intelligence (neural network) computer built for pattern recognition 1981 (WISARD)

The human brain is a complicated maze of neurological connections. So what would you

do if you wanted to make an artificial brain? You might build a machine that mimicked the

way the human brain works. One result is a neural network, and this is one of the first ever

made. Artificial neural networks use sets of computer instructions—or algorithms—to learn from their surroundings using the mathematics of probability.

Details

Category:
Computing & Data Processing
Object Number:
2002-297/1
Materials:
composites, electronic component and metal (unknown)
type:
computer
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
credit:
Brunel University