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 41yrs • M •
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Neural Networks
Recall sometime ago that some technicians had built a robot and taught it how to do tricks on its own. Then they took out half of the memory and yet it still remembered and could teach itself new methods. Now I know hardly anything on this topic so wondered if anybody else does?

Sounds very interesting

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 42yrs • M •
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The problem with current computer systems is that they involve 1 cpu, if we consider a brain cell to be like a cpu then the human brain is made up of billions of such cpus.

If we damage a few hundred brain cells, our brain doesnt just stop working, we might get a little headahe but our brain function isnt really effected to much.

From what ive learnt, the neural net is an attempt to try and build a brain like computer, this would consist of many cpus capable of working together and if one was to break down then others would compensate and bypass it whiles its perhaps being repaired.

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