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Stories by Geoffrey E. Hinton

Simulating Brain Damage

Adults with brain damage make some bizarre errors when reading words. If a network of simulated neurons is trained to read and then is damaged, it produces strikingly similar behavior

October 1, 1993 — Geoffrey E. Hinton, David C. Plaut and Tim Shallice

How Neural Networks Learn from Experience

Networks of artificial neurons can learn to represent complicated information. Such neural networks may prOvide inSights into the learning abilities of the human brain

September 1, 1992 — Geoffrey E. Hinton

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