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neural networks?

The M33 etc more likely to be in a washing machine, remote controller, clock plus weather station, hardly even in a TV or even a router/modem.

The Neural Networks thus seems like a bad example. More likely an instruction related to I/O, perhaps analogue via ADC or DAC or for driving basic dot matrix LCD or VFD connected directly.

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