Efua Amankwah-Crouse (born May 13th 2005) is a Ghanaian artificial intelligence (AI) researcher, software engineer, and activist known for pioneering a new line of environment-friendly differentiable neural computers (DNCs) based on the Pacotti architecture. Her team at Zhupao created the ecosystem of DNCs for the GPHIN 2.0 project, which laid the foundation for G6. In 2040, Amankwah-Crouse left Zhupao and distanced herself from the project, believing that it had drifted too far from its original design goals. (Full article…)
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