Random Research highlight: Near Perfect Protein Classification with Neural Networks: Artificial neural networks (ANNs) have gained a well-deserved popularity among machine learning tools upon their recent successful applications in image- and sound processing and classification problems. ANNs are also applied for predicting the family or function of a protein, knowing only its residue sequence. We present two new ANNs with multi-label classification ability, showing impressive accuracy when classifying protein sequences into 698 UniProt families (AUC=99.99%) and 983 Gene Ontology classes (AUC=99.45%). Bioinformatics 2018 and Methods (2017) .