Loose 3.5 disk
David Porter software collection
Artificial neural networks have been known to scientists and engineers since they were first proposed by McCulloch and Pitts in 1943. Modeled on the human brain neuronal circuits, neural networks are capable of simple 'learning' and held great promise for artificial intelligence research in the 1960, '70s, and '80s. This software, written for Apple Macintosh computers, allowed users to experiment with neural networks, modifying node weights and interconnections, in an intuitive, graphically oriented way. It retailed for $250.
Gift of David Porter