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Neurons and Centers

Neurons locate centers and give commands

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Happy or not task in Chapter 5.

I have achived not only 6/8 for both happy and sad faces, but also 6/8 happy and 7/8 sad faces. Is the second one a better result, or we should just complete the task for 6/8 both? What do you think?

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Happy or not solution

Happy or not this is what I got. 2 solutions The first one gave me 8 smiles and 6 frowns …

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Happy or not?

After working for like 40mins on it, I was finally able to solve it. Yes, I got 6/8 for both Happy and sad. Kudos to the team for providing and enriching me with such great questions. Really appreciate it! Now, my ultimate question is, I've spent like 40mins on a single…

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GANS overview

It would good to add examples of how and where GANS can be applied.

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Making weight and input example more intuitive

In the example using the shopping reference, it's written "The weights are analogous to the prices of the items". Won't it be more intuitive to equate inputs to the price of the items and weights to the weights of the items? Or does it conflict with some concept of neural…

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Neural network # overall thinking

The neural network is progressing which is stimulated by the structure of the human brain that helps to computers and machines more like a human, but whether we are solving problems through AI or focusing to match specific tasks, is matter of discussion.

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solution to "happy or sad" problem ?

what was your solution to "happy or sad" problem ? Did anybody tried to write any program for accomplishing 6/8 sucess? Mine was 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 …

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Exercise 21

It's stated that "The weights are almost always learned from data using the same ideas as in linear or logistic regression, as discussed previously." I want to ask that if input & weight is to be learned from data then based on their classification we can either suppose weight…

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If I accidentally made an ex from chapter 6, can't I go back to chapter 5?

Hi. After completing chapters 1-4, I accidentally solved the first exercise in chapter 6. I went back to chapter 5, I solved the exercises there, but I do not receive the result and they do not appear as tasks performed. What can I do about it?

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