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How does SPA relate to deep learning concepts?

Deep Learning (which is now supposed to be called Differentiable Programming?) is a means of doing inference over a set of data. SPA is a Vector Symbolic Architecture (VSA) implemented using ...
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Difference between content-addressable memory and associative memory?

From Wikipedia: Content-addressable memory (CAM) is a special type of computer memory used in certain very-high-speed searching applications. It is also known as associative memory, associative ...
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What tasks is Spaun 2.0 able to perform?

Counting task numbers in Spaun becomes somewhat meaningless due to it's instruction following capabilities. However, the missing task was the stimulus response task, wherein given an image from ...
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How can Semantic Pointer Architecture be used to capture dynamical systems?

As explained in the NEF book, all non-linear dynamical systems can be represented in the NEF. The SPA is simply applying semantic meaning and manipulations to the vectors represented by the NEF. The ...
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