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my question gave my intentions clearly that i dont plan to downgrade my OS to 64bit
8 projects | /r/programmingcirclejerk | 21 Sep 2022
Adding FreeBASIC(!) bindings to a neural network library(!!) is important
iNeural : Update (8.12.21)
3 projects | dev.to | 8 Dec 2021
It is developed by taking inspiration from libraries such as iNeural, FANN, pylearn2, EBLearn, Torch7. Written mostly in C++, iNeural also leverages the power of Python. The biggest reason for its development is that it needs very few dependencies. For this reason, it is expected to be suitable for working in systems with limited system requirements.
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