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#1 Neural Networks take too long to train. It's been known for years. The initial Motorola cellular infrastructure had a neural network component. It was noticed that no customer release ever got within %10 of the trained point before a new release came out. Eventually it was just deleted from the product as useless. (Deletion was prior to 2002.)
Posted by 3dc 2018-11-20 06:46||
#2 "Master of the Obvious" needed here.... How could anyone think that the GIGO Scenario does not apply? Pattern Recognition is something that Nature has taken a long, long time to implement hardware and it takes humans years to train properly --- it ain't easy because it ain't.
Posted by magpie 2018-11-20 12:44||