Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere. Whether you find that to be a positive or not depends on your experience. It has been predicted that AI use could double annual economic growth rates in more than a dozen developed economies by 2035. BizTech brought this information to us in their article, “Deep Neural Networks: Understanding the Tech Behind AI.”
As AI adoption grows, it will change the way business operates. The relationship between humans and machines is the catalyst for productivity and challenges. Changing business dynamics through AI will depend largely upon the use of deep neural networks, an outgrowth of artificial neural networks.
Artificial neural networks have existed in computational neurobiology since the late 1950s, when psychologist Frank Rosenblatt created what’s known as perceptrons. Perceptrons are made of McCulloch-Pitts neurons that, when stacked atop one another, become artificial neural networks capable of performing linear tasks.
Artificial neural networks process information similar to the human brain, where cause and effect relationships can be stored to inform future decision-making.
Melody K. Smith
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