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comment What is the most complex artificial neural network created to date?
@Jeff for the purposes of this question number of synapses should be sufficient as that (and count of neurons, which correlates with it) is how artificial ones are generally gauged. I've edited the question. Some better reading on neural net complexity is here: math.bu.edu/people/mkon/pppp11.pdf
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comment What is the most complex artificial neural network created to date?
@ArtemKaznatcheev what does neurobiology have to do directly with either in this context? They're both different concepts but neural-network is usually used to refer to artificial ones these days so just that one of the two does make sense.
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answered What can we learn from the neural networks of C.elegans to understand human brains?
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reviewed Approve Why are people inclined to praise or fear the unknown?
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reviewed Approve Do expert computer gamers have unusual physiological or mental characteristics?
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reviewed Approve Are end-stage Alzheimer's patients still conscious?
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reviewed Approve What are the effects of implanting electrodes into the brains of monkeys?
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reviewed Approve How is it that taking a break from a problem sometimes allows you to figure out the answer?
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reviewed Approve Are there any connectionist models that integrate reinforcement and fully supervised learning?
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comment Is leg jiggling a focus aid?
Fidgeting has been found to be a focus aid, I'll try and find some articles
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comment What is the term for a psychological effect which does not have a neurobiological/genetic basis?
@ArtemKaznatcheev true, there's always a neurobiological basis (if you're a proper reductionist) but I still wonder if there's a term to differentiate when you do only have that macro-level theory.