Artificial neural networks have features difficult or impossible to explain to non-experts—certain aspects of how these networks function are not always fully understood by the experts.
This article by David Beer, writing for BBC, makes the following points:
- Neural networks are at the heart of the most advanced artificial intelligence systems in use today.
- They can learn and retrieve data through a process called 'associative memory'.
- Pioneers of artificial neural networks weren't sure how these networks worked—and still aren't entirely sure today.
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