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Learning how do neural networks work? In this article I’ll give you an overview of what’s involved, give you some examples and finally suggest the best place to find this information online. When you’re done, you’ll be ready to start building your own neural network… or at least see what’s possible from a scientific standpoint. In this article:
Let’s start by looking at an easy question that everyone asks: How do artificial neural networks work? In short, the answer is that they work by taking input (in the form of weights and channels) and determining a mathematical relationship between it and other weights and channels. The output (the connections between the weights and channels) is determined by an algorithm that operates on the weights and channels and learns a pattern. We can use this to solve problems and make approximations. For example, an IBM engineer was asked to solve the problem of finding the quickest way from one point to another. He ran his neural network using his Watson database (a large relational database) that stored data regarding routes along a railroad line.
Rather than searching the whole world to come up with a shorter route, he decided to let his Watson run a few hundred routes in each town, city or state and then generate a complete ranking for each route. By feeding the data into his software, the IBM engineer was able to solve his problem in a matter of days. This same process can be used to solve complex problems and create artificial intelligence, or deep learning algorithms.
How do neural networks work in a real life setting? Deep learning refers to the use of an artificial intelligence tool to analyze and process unstructured or raw data in an attempt to create intelligent computer programs. Deep learning uses two layers of processing. One is the input layer which consist of pre-trained data structures that have already been fed into the artificial intelligence program through a series of sources; and the second layer is the output layer, which are trained on the inputs and use the learned structures to make intelligent decisions.
One application of deep learning is the use of image recognition to improve the quality of results generated by image recognition software. Many medical imaging programs have used deep neural networks to perform image recognition on images taken by radiologists; as a result, more accurate medical images are being produced thanks to the power of this form of artificial intelligence. In the manufacturing automation industry, manufacturers are using deep neural networks to save time and money. Instead of having workers call in to answer machines, these systems allow machines to communicate with humans in order to answer questions and perform other tasks.
Recently, IBM has been testing their new Image Sense software using a network of over four hundred human brain cells. These neurons send signals back to a mainframe using a custom-designed software platform, which then organizes, stores, retrieves, and retrieves the images as required by the user. The result is that IBM’s new Image Sense software can recognize an image and, in turn, direct the user to relevant content on the web or in a database. Unlike previous versions, this new version of IBM ImageSense costs only $5 per month per computer, with a one time payment of about $300 for the hardware and the software.