Introduction to Neural Networks

Neurons in our brains

How does a neuron transmit information?

Artificial Neurons

  1. Takes inputs from the input layer/node
  2. Weighs them separately and sums them up
  3. Pass this sum to an activation function to produce an output.
  • Input node
  • Weights and Bias
  • Activation Function
  • Output Layer

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