Interactive neural network simulation and development system MacBrain was the first AI software written for Apple computers. It allowed users to experiment with several different types of neural networks, modifying node weights and interconnections, and building macro functions via an intuitive graphical interface. The software retailed for $250, and was popular in the research departments of a wide variety of public and private organizations, from banking, robotics and biotech to universities and the military.
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