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Neural Networks is a technology that has ripened with age. Compounded with developments in Big Data solutions, it is time that businesses and organizations explore how this little understood technology is ready to help achieve their goals.

This PDF file of an e-book contains some mising pages, but what’s not missing provides a good glimpse of how Neural Networks applied to real world issues can benefit businesses and organizations. Good study material for business people who are more savvy with Excel spreadsheets than programming with matrices and arrays.

Examples provided include banking and agricultural applications.

Source: Business Thoughts

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