Intro to Neural Networks

My final project for my Intro to Artificial Intelligence class was to describe as best as I can one concept from Artificial Intelligence. I chose Neural Networks because they are one of the better known AI concepts, but are still very poorly understood by most people. Leave me a comment if you like, or email me a question directly at Thanks. For the middle school students reviewing these projects, the survey link is:

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23 Responses to Intro to Neural Networks

  1. Sam Mathew says:

    Short and extremely helpful. I tried to follow the course on Coursera by Prof. Hinton. I think your presentation surely helps to face the more mathematical treatment in his course.

  2. Sivaramakrishnan Vaidyanathan says:

    Excellent explanation. Thank you so much! Great video!

  3. Walid Budgaga says:

    short but very helpful. Thanks

  4. Mark Wahl says:

    great job

  5. Igor Gabrielan says:

    I started to do a site PRAI – Portal of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

  6. bholo14 says:

    Nice Presentation…

  7. Jonatan Westholm says:

    Thank you Jesus!

  8. joshua ramos says:


  9. mortenrobinson says:

    I’ve just been studying a paper on a model that achieves object recognition given a line drawing of an image as input. This fashion of implementing cognitive processes in artificial neural networks really fascinated me. What are the best options of processing units for implementing networks like this?? I was thinking that perhaps an FPGA could be useful because of the opportunity for creating million-bit wide buses for massive parallel processing, what do people usually do??

  10. Vaibhav Arora says:

    0:43 Thumbs up to Homer. :p

  11. nawfalcamper says:

    thanx man 

  12. j1mmZ says:

    the mind doesn’t work that way.

  13. Chelsea Li says:

    Love it! Brilliant work! 

  14. Momiji101 says:

    this simplified neural networks so well. thank u. I will reference this for my presentation

  15. pathzzz says:

    Hi, I sent you an email =)

  16. Maruf Islam says:

    Very Helpful. Thanks.

  17. Sushant Ranjan says:

    Excellent .Thank you

  18. Abhishek Chatterjee says:

    When we develop quantum computers, I guess this might help computers simulate human thinking..

  19. Nikotiini69 says:

    You can also make the network learn as fast as you want or as slow as you want. It depends on how much you reward the network for good job.

  20. Can Eldem says:

    better than most of lecturers in universities . l love the internet

  21. boner2008 says:

    Good presentation brah

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