Published on August 5, 2014 by Tom Woolley  

Dr. Tom Woolley gave a talk and poster presentation on August 4th at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Boston, MA. His topic was Constrained Randomness and the Evolution of Artificial Neural Networks, which reflected a significant level of statistical analysis done in conjunction with the Randomness and Divine Providence research project.

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