GNU's Gneural Network v0.5 Brings Scripting For Neural Networks
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 19 March 2016 at 12:05 AM EDT. 2 Comments
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Just one week after the initial public release of Gneural Network to provide a GNU project for programmable neural networks, version 0.5 has been made available and it's a big release.

Gneural Network 0.5 brings a GNU standards compliant install process, a scripting language so users can define their own neural network "without having to know anything about coding", new neuron features, different methods for training a neural network, trained neural networks can be saved, and the code is made more cross-platform by being developed in C without any external library dependencies.

More details on the new Gneural Network 0.5 release can be found via the GNU.org project site.
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