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Artificial Intelligence (AI): What is Artificial Intelligence, why are the big people of the world worried about it?

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Artificial Intelligence (AI): What is Artificial Intelligence, why are the big people of the world worried about it? In 1965, the co-founder of Intel, Gordon E. Moore, presented a new theory to the world. In this theory, he told that transistors used in computers double their processing power every two years. Later this law of Moore came to be known as Moore's Law. Today, the speed at which the processing speed of the computer and its working capacity is increasing. According to Moore Law, this capability of computers will increase even more rapidly in the coming time. In such a situation, many big billionaires and experts of the world are looking very worried about the development of artificial intelligence today. After the advent of artificial intelligence, the topic of a new discussion center has become whether AI will leave behind human intelligence? You can gauge the seriousness of this question from the fact that many experts related to the technical field are unanimous about

What is an artificial neural network?

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What is an artificial neural network? Here's everything you need to know If you spend any time reading about artificial intelligence, you will almost certainly hear about artificial neural networks. But what exactly is one? Instead of enrolling in a comprehensive computer science course or searching for some more in-depth resources available online, check out our handy Leperson Guide to get a quick and easy introduction to this amazing type of machine learning. What is an artificial neural network? Artificial neural networks are one of the main tools used in machine learning. As the "neural" part of their name suggests, they are brain-induced systems that are intended to replicate our human way of learning. Neural networks consist of input and output layers, as well as (in most cases) hidden layers that contain units that convert the input to what the output layer can use. These patterns are excellent tools for detection that are very complex or innumerable for human prog