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What are Neural Networks?

  • Connections, called synapses , are usually formed from axons to dendrites ; also other connections are possible.
  • The axon is the primary conduit through which the neuron transmits impulses to neurons downstream in the signal chain
  • A human has 1011 neurons of > 20 types, 1014 synapses, 1ms-10ms cycle time.
  • There are 1011 in a galaxy, and 1011 galaxies in the universe.
  • Not only the impulse carries value
    but also the frequency of
    oscillation, hence neural
    networks have an even
    higher complexity.

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