What is NEURAL NETWORK?

Artificial intelligence technique allegedly mimicking the human brain’s operation as nerves and neurons. Densely interconnected computer processors work simultaneously in parallel. A key neural networks feature is that their programming sets them to ‘learn’. Learning occurs by sifting data repeatedly looking for relationships, building mathematical models, and refining the models continuously by automatically correcting then. Also known as neural net.

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