Episode 11: The perceptron

2 November, 2021

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The first neural networks emerged in the 50’s. At first they consisted of very few neurons, and long training processes, but they already gave very relevant results in very varied fields such as astronomy or chemistry. Today we talk about the percpetron, the multilayer perceptron, and its applications in various fields with Sebastián Ventura Soto.

For those who do not know him, you should know that he has a degree in chemical sciences (1989) and a PhD in science (1996). Since 2009 he leads the Knowledge Discovery and Intelligent Systems research group. Currently, he is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Cordoba and is the deputy director of the DaSCI institute.

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