Reading a neural network’s mind
10 December 2017
Larry Hardesty | MIT News Office
Neural nets are so named because they roughly approximate the structure of the human brain. Typically, they’re arranged into layers, and each layer consists of many simple processing units — nodes — each of which is connected to several nodes in the layer

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Technique illuminates the inner workings of artificial-intelligence systems that process language. via MIT News