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This video answers the question “How do Neural networks work?”
A neuron in a neural network is a processor, which is essentially a function with some parameters. This function takes in inputs, and after processing the inputs, it creates an output, which can be passed along to another neuron. Like neurons in the brain, artificial neurons can also be connected to each other via synapses. While an individual neuron can be simple and might not do anything impressive, it’s the networking that makes them so powerful. And that network is the core of artificial intelligence systems.