About Luca Marchese:
Inventor of the Lifelong Learning Neural System PALM (Probabilistic Adaptive Learning Mapper).
Inventor of the Neural Classifier SHARP (Systolic Hebb Agnostic Resonance Perceptron).
Inventor and developer of the first (1998) Neural Server Based on Neuromorphic Chips.
Inventor of the first (1999) Context Based Internet Search Engine based on Neuromorphic Chips.
I published (1995) on the web with open access the most read introductory book on neural networks and fuzzy logic in italian language. This book has been a reference for almost all the Italian University theses on neural networks in the last twenty years.
I have twenty years experience in simulation and application of neural networks and digital neural VLSI. I'm designer and developer of the first Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) neural server based on neural digital VLSI. I presented this technology at Third International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems (Boston 1998) and ANNIE2000 (Artificial Neural Networks In Engineering - University of Missouri-Rolla St.Louis 2000). This project has been the world first "Cloud Machine Learning" system (fifteen years before the invention of the "cloud computing" concept). I presented the project specifications of the first Internet Search Engine based on neural VLSI chips at Fourth International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems (Boston 2000).
I have experience in preparation/presentation of European Projects and research consortia management (FP6/FP7).
My current interest is related to neuro-cognitive networks and bio-inspired artificial intelligence ( lifelong learning neural systems, cognition, meta-cognition, intuition, creativity ) and applications of Neuromorphic chips.
More informations at: www.synaptics.org
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