Starting in the early 1990s, Brown University Professor James A. Anderson (Department of Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences) and his colleague, Edward Rosenfeld, began conducting interviews with individual researchers who had contributed to establishing the field of neural networks. In 1998, they wrote a book based on excerpts of these interviews "Talking Nets: An Oral History of Neural Networks" (MIT Press). The work of these researchers on brains and computers--the neural modeling of cognitive processes--has contributed to developments in the fields of cognitive science, computational neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and deep learning. This archive contains Professor Anderson's digital files of correspondence, audio recordings, original transcripts, and photographs. Only the edited transcripts approved by the participants are made publicly available online. For researchers interested in consulting the archive please contact the Librarian for Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences.