A synergistic approach for optimizing devices, circuits, and neural network architectures was used to abate junction-temperature-change-induced performance degradation of a Fe-FinFET-based artificial neural network. We demonstrated that the digital nature of the binarized neural network, with the "0" state programmed deep in the subthreshold and the "1" state in strong inversion, is crucial for robust DNN inference. The performance of a purely software-based binary neural network (BNN), with 96.1% accuracy for Modified National Institute of Standards and Technology (MNIST) handwritten digit recognition, was used as a baseline. The Fe-FinFET-based BNN (including device-to-device variation at 300 K) achieved 95.7% inference accuracy on the MNIST dataset. Although substantial inference accuracy degradation with temperature change was observed in a nonbinary neural network, the BNN with optimized Fe-FinFETs as synaptic devices had excellent resistance to temperature change effects and maintained a minimum inference accuracy of 95.2% within a temperature range of -233K to 398K after gate stack and bias optimization. However, reprogramming to adjust device conductance was necessary for temperatures higher than 398K.