10 Best Articles on Neural Networks
The most useful articles on neural networks from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Neural Networks Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on neural networks by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- Someone used neural networks to upscale a famous 1896 video to 4k quality
- Software 2.0
- Multimodal Neurons in Artificial Neural Networks
- Artificial Neural Nets Finally Yield Clues to How Brains Learn
- Intuitively, How Do Neural Networks Work?
Short on time? Check out these useful short articles on neural networks—all under 10 minutes.
Study urges caution when comparing neural networks to the brain
Neuroscientists often use neural networks to model the kind of tasks the brain performs, in hopes that the models could suggest new hypotheses regarding how the brain itself performs those tasks. But…
Multimodal Neurons in Artificial Neural Networks
We’ve discovered neurons in CLIP that respond to the same concept whether presented literally, symbolically, or conceptually.
Someone used neural networks to upscale a famous 1896 video to 4k quality
Machine-learning software fills in missing details to produce realistic images.
I sometimes see people refer to neural networks as just “another tool in your machine learning toolbox”.
Techniques for Training Large Neural Networks
Large neural networks are at the core of many recent advances in AI, but training them is a difficult engineering and research challenge which requires orchestrating a cluster of GPUs to perform a…
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on neural networks.
Artificial Neural Nets Finally Yield Clues to How Brains Learn
The learning algorithm that enables the runaway success of deep neural networks doesn't work in biological brains, but researchers are finding alternatives that could.
Intuitively, How Do Neural Networks Work?
The term “Neural Networks” may seem mysterious, why is an algorithm called Neural Networks? Does it really mimic real neurons, and how?
How do Neural Networks really work?
Neural networks are a subset of machine learning. People exposed to artificial intelligence generally have a good high-level idea about it.
Deep Neural Networks Help to Explain Living Brains
Deep neural networks, often criticized as “black boxes,” are helping neuroscientists understand the organization of living brains.
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Big ideas in science and math. Because you want to know more. Launched by @SimonsFdn. 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting. http://quantamagazine.org
MIT Technology Review
Our in-depth reporting on innovation reveals and explains what’s really happening now to help you know what’s coming next. http://technologyreview.com/newsletters
OpenAI’s mission is to ensure that artificial general intelligence benefits all of humanity. We’re hiring: http://openai.com/jobs
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a world leader in research and education. Related accounts: @MITevents @MITstudents @MIT_alumni
Towards Data Science
A Medium publication sharing concepts, ideas, and codes. Share your insights and projects with like-minded readers: http://bit.ly/write-for-tds.
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