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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Smelling Moth Brains are Smarter

Its not news that biological neural networks are very different from those used in artificial neural  networks (ANN)  we still don't know how the former work.    The odor/aroma aspects were of interest when we looked at mechanisms of detecting and delivering smells and taste in coffee.

Why even a Moth’s Brain is Still Smarter than an AI   in Technology Review.
A neural network that simulates the way moths recognize odors also shows how they learn so much faster than machines.

One of the curious features of the deep neural networks behind machine learning is that they are surprisingly different from the neural networks in biological systems. While there are similarities, some critical machine-learning mechanisms have no analogue in the natural world, where learning seems to occur in a different way. .... " 

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