- What is an Artificial Neural Network?
- The differences between how biological neurons and Artificial Neural Networks function
- How Artificial Neural Networks work and what are the limitations?
- Major players in the IT world that have already jumped on the Artificial Neural Networks bandwagon
- How the future of Artificial Neural Networks looks like
This is how a neural network looks like. Dr. Robert Necht-Nielsen, the inventor of the first neurocomputer, proved that working of a human brain could be imitated using wires and silicon as living nerve cells: neurons and dendrites. A mathematical model that can do so is called an artificial neural network (ANN).
Dr. Robert Necht-Nielsen defines an ANN as –
…a computing system made up of a number of simple, highly interconnected processing elements, which process information by their dynamic state response to external inputs