Posts by Daniel Schorin

From Perceptrons to Boltzmann Machines, How Computers Learned to See

When the microprocessor was invented in 1972, the US economic productivity was at a 40 year low. Computers became popular in businesses and homes in following years, and what came next radicalized the economy and business forever. Computers allowed businesses newfound abilities for number crunching, data saving, and word documentation. While computers are revolutionary in their ability to compute repetitive calculations and follow complex programmed instructions, they have never been...