Neural Networks: The Machine Brain

Our brain is made up of billions of nerve cells, called neurons. Arranged in a network, neurons communicate with each other in a sequence-like manner: Once one neuron receives information, it passes it to another neuron, which passes it to another and so on. Neurons can even signal several neighboring neurons at once. For example, one neuron might transmit information about the location of a baseball pitch that’s flying toward…

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