He is the inventor of instantaneously trained neural networks (INNs) and a fast matrix multiplication algorithm for cross-wired meshes. In network security, he has advanced new methods of secret sharing that are of importance in distributed systems such as wireless and sensor networks. He has proposed a taxonomy of languages associated with brain behavior and shown how quantum entanglement may be simulated in classical computing. Dr. Kak is the author of 20 books, including The Architecture of Knowledge, The Nature of Physical Reality, Mind and Self, and Matter and Mind. He is listed in the MIT Pantheon Project, described at: http://pantheon.media.mit.edu/rankings/people/all/COMPUTER%20SCIENTIST/-4000/2010/H15 .
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