The molecular implementation of a DNA-based artificial neural network

Molecular convolutional neural networks with DNA regulatory circuits. (a) Left: The architecture of ConvNet. Right: Schematic of the operation principle of ConvNet for recognition tasks. (b) Unknow input pattern is added to the solution, upon addition of the DNA circuit, fluorescence signals can be read out to report recognition results. (c) The DNA-ConvNet can recognize eight Chinese oracles. Credit: Xiong et al.

Molecular computing is a promising area of study aimed at using biological molecules to create programmable devices. This idea was first introduced in the mid-1990s and has since been realized by several computer scientists and physicists worldwide.


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