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himicos writes "A team at the university of Pittsburgh has finally advanced a 2002 technology enough for use in prosthetic limbs, the targeted application all along. Training computer models to the firing patterns of the neurons in the parts of the brain that control motion, they are able to project the intentions of a monkey to a robotic arm, which follows the will of the animal.
The sad thing about the articles is that the beauty of the mathematics used to create and train the models is totally ignored." Link to Original Source
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings:
(9) Dammit, little-endian systems *are* more consistent!