Human brain and neural network

Network of neurons

Many studies suggest that humans may use less than 10 percent of their brains' potential power. While this anecdotal evidence has not been scientifically proven, it is one of the many mysteries of the human brain. Some scientists state that human memory cells are located in certain areas of the brain. Others state that memory is distributed throughout the brain and there is no specific memory location. Of course, nothing is clear. This article compares the similarities between human and neural networks. Our interest in this topic stems from our research on using neural networks to recognize fingerprints.

Human Behavior

When a child is born, what does the child know? To our knowledge, the child knows only how to cry. The child probably does not know its parents. When the child grows, the step by step learning process begins. First, the child learns to drink milk. Then the child learns to identify its parents. Every time a child learns something, it is encoded into some portion of the brain.

Yet there is a difference in the way the information is stored in brain. Some information or instances are "hard-coded" within the brain. As a result, we never forget certain things. For example, once we learn to swim, we never forget swimming. Though it appears normal to say that we know swimming, there is a mystery behind this. Why are we unable to forget the swimming? The reason might be that when we are fully trained to swim, it is hard-coded into our brain. There are many examples of unforgettable information. Another example is once we learn that 1 + 1 equals 2, we never forget that fact. Why? The reason is that it is completely learned.

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Q&A

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What is the difference between human brain , neural network and computer? | Yahoo Answers

ONE IS CREATION AND THE OTHER IS MANMADE.
GOD BLESS YOU.

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Can a Menger Sponge contain the topological equivalent of a human brain's neural network? | Yahoo Answers

A Menger Sponge is a mathematical fractal. The cubes removed in its construction can be smaller and smaller with no limit. On the other hand a human brain is finite, made up of neurons and molcules that have a finite non-zero size.
Therefore, formally speaking, the answer is no.

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