Originally posted by @humy
this is a great example of how artificial neural networks can often process data massively faster and more efficiently than other methods.
One of the things I hope to eventually get around to researching is representing that kind of neural network-like behavior with software in an ordinary non-neural network computer and have that fully integrated into a kn ...[text shortened]... o first produce an extremely impressive knowledge-based system else that would be a non-starter.
I think eventually quantum computers, neural netwoks and traditional computers will be tied together, each one giving results as a result of the collaberation between those three ways to compute.
Look at my post 'memory that computes'