Research: Artificial neural networks are more similar to the brain than we thought

Research: Artificial neural networks are more similar to the brain than we thought

This article is part of our reviews of AI research papers, a series of posts that explore the latest findings in artificial intelligence. Consider the animal in the following image. If you recognize it, a quick series of neuron activations in your brain will link its image to its name and other information you know about …

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Date: 2020/06/29 11:52

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@_A_Perna_ We have often used machines and computers as analogies of the brain, which often leads to naive simplifications, but as artificial intelligence starts to match the performance of biological brains in some specific tasks can the analogy become useful? t.co/z293HUhjdj

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