DARPA awards a super-high-tech artificial intelligence research project

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A recent award by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to the University of Massachusetts is aimed at advancing machine learning in a way that mimics the human mind. The award went to the university’s Biologically Inspired Neural and Dynamical Systems, or BINDS, lab. For what this research is all about and why it’s important, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to BINDS Lab director Hava Siegelmann.

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