Servo Magazine ( April 2016 )

A Neural Network Controlled Robot Without Backpropagation

By John Blankenship    View In Digital Edition  

Animals have a parallel processing brain that is programmed generally through interactions with their environment. This article shows how an artificial neural network can control a robot, but more importantly, it explores ways of letting the robot learn by applying the techniques used by animals.


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