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Flexible Intelligence: The Future of AI with Liquid Neural Networks

Feb. 10, 2023.
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Researchers in artificial intelligence have made significant progress in creating neural networks that mimic the structure of the human brain. Traditional neural networks, on the other hand, lack the adaptability to new situations and circumstances. In 2020, MIT researchers introduced “liquid neural networks,” which were inspired by the roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans. These networks can run faster and more accurately than traditional continuous-time neural networks, and their underlying algorithms can be changed on the fly. A probabilistic process governs the strength of connections between artificial neurons in liquid networks, giving the networks built-in variability that makes them more adaptable. A liquid network was used to steer an autonomous car in an early test, and it was much more responsive than a conventional neural network. The development of liquid neural networks, which offer a more flexible and adaptable approach to machine learning, bodes well for the future of AI.


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