Researchers from the Jagiellonian University working on the construction of artificial neural networks


The construction of innovative artificial neural networks is the goal of a research project led by Prof. Jacek Tabor from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.

– Neural networks are software structures and systems whose operation is similar to processes occurring in the human brain. Currently, we have more and more insight into how our brain functions, and thus we can translate this knowledge and improve artificial intelligence systems – says prof. Jacek Tabor.

Comprehensive work on the construction of Polish neural networks, under the guidance of Prof. Jacek Tabora, will be run by six research groups from the Jagiellonian University: the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science, and the Faculty of Management and Social Communication. The team will include IT specialists, programmers, statisticians, biostatists and neurocognitive scientists. They will receive over PLN 19 million from the Foundation for Polish Science as part of the TEAM-NET program.

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