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Introduction

  • Definition: Neural networks are computing systems inspired by biological neural networks that constitute animal brains.

  • Training Process: Neural network training involves processing large sets of labeled or unlabeled data to adjust internal weights and reduce error.

  • Learning Techniques: There are three main types of learning in neural networks: supervised learning, unsupervised learning, and reinforcement learning.

  • Real-time Learning: Neural networks can be trained to react to user input in real-time, but this requires efficient data generation and processing.

  • Common Pathways: Despite different architectures, neural networks often follow similar learning paths from ignorance to truth.

Training Process [1]

  • Sampling: Each image in the training set is sampled across its full extent using a specified feature size.

  • Input: The samples are provided as input to the neural network.

  • Response Comparison: The network's response is compared with the labeled data.

  • Weight Adjustment: Internal weights are adjusted to reduce the error between the network's response and the labeled data.

  • Repetition: This process is repeated many times until the error is minimized.

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Learning Techniques [1]

  • Supervised Learning: The network is trained using labeled data, where the correct output is known.

  • Unsupervised Learning: The network is trained using unlabeled data, and it must find patterns and relationships in the data.

  • Reinforcement Learning: The network learns by receiving rewards or penalties based on its actions.

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Real-time Learning [2]

  • Feasibility: It is possible to manipulate neural networks quickly, even with large networks.

  • Training Data: Generating training data in real-time is challenging and may require complex simulations.

  • User Impact: The goal is to have the user's actions impact the network's behavior in the shortest possible time.

  • Hardware: Modern hardware can handle the floating-point algorithms required for neural network adjustments.

  • Distributed Computing: Complex tasks may require distributing calculations across multiple machines.

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Common Pathways [3]

  • Pattern: Neural networks follow similar learning paths from ignorance to truth.

  • Low-dimensional Manifold: The learning trajectories of different networks are effectively low-dimensional.

  • Efficiency: This commonality suggests the possibility of developing hyper-efficient algorithms.

  • Training Path: Networks chart a path between ignorance and truth in probability space.

  • Feature Identification: Networks identify common features like ears, eyes, and markings.

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Applications [3]

  • Medicine: Neural networks are used to identify potentially diseased cells.

  • Cosmology: They help in discovering new galaxies.

  • Image Classification: Networks classify images by identifying relevant features.

  • AI Systems: Neural networks are foundational in AI systems like ChatGPT.

  • Engineering: Used in various fields of science and engineering for predictive modeling.

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