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UNDER THE HOOD

SHOULD WE RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINES?

In 1999, when I was technical director at Benetton, I started a project to apply linear neural networks – the keys to teaching computers to classify information in the same way as a human brain – to investigate the relationship between car set-up and how well the driver rated the handling of the car.

In those days, we wrote our own data analysis software and indeed built our own data acquisition systems as there were no proprietary products that approached our requirements. This made it reasonably easy to embed the electronic

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