Nomura Builds Neural Model Of Global Market: Super-Cooled Superconductive Bus In Pilot Mode


A team of scientists at the Nomura Research Institute of Technology and Economics in London is building a parrallel world. Not the whole thing- just the parts called securities markets. Two entire floors of Nomura International’s Monument Street premises are occupied by the projucet, which includes a duplex computer facility of extraordinary means.

The project, code-named PLANET -- parallel analytic network -- uses neural networking and a massively parallel processing architecture to develop

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