Posted by : brij fbEducator Thursday, 5 July 2018


A team of scientists at the California Institute of Technology have successfully created a DNA-based neural network capable of performing pattern recognition. TLDR: The researchers demonstrated that bio-engineered strands of DNA could be used to process data by exploiting chemical reactions. Basically, they made molecular smart soup, poured it into a test tube, and taught it how to recognize nine distinct patterns. The details: A common task for AI is pattern recognition, and one classic benchmark is teaching computers how to recognize handwriting. In this work, detailed in the team’s white paper, the researchers customized a grid of DNA-based circuits…

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