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First Artificial Neural Network to Appear in Ural University
April 12, 2017 09:35

Scientists of the South Ural State University (SUSU) intend to create an artificial neural network, the so-called artificial brain, which can be used by HR services of large corporations. This was reported to TASS by Sergei Ivanov, an associate professor of the System Programming Department of SUSU.

"By the summer of 2017, we expect to complete the work on creating the first artificial neural network that will recognize personal psychotype according to the Jungian system. In the longer term, we are preparing to develop a neural network that will be able to analyze the efficiency of equipment's performance" - the scientist said.

According to Mr. Ivanov, the neural network capable of reading Jungian psychotypes will be of great help to HR services and psychologists of large holdings. It will enable them to select personnel for every particular position, taking into account applicants' psychological characteristics. The neural network, capable of assessing the performance of equipment, will be of interest to machine builders and end users. It will be able to report not only the failure of a device, but also give rationalization suggestions for changing the equipment in question.

Scientists of the  South Ural State University have been conducting studies of artificial neural networks  since January 2017 on the basis of the institution's Higher School of Electronics and Computer Science. It was established in 2016 in the framewwork of the "5-100" Program as the association of the Computer Technology, Management and Radioelectronics (Instrument-Making) Faculty and the Computational Mathematics and Informatics Faculty.

According to the developers, an artificial neural network is a computer program that works similarly to the human brain.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Artificial Neural Network South Ural State University Robots   

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