Structural comparison of neural networks and visual cortex
Research on the mechanism and theory of how deep neural networks work is still incomplete, and brain science is still at a relatively low level. It is believed that in the future, through continuous human efforts, we will be able to understand the working mechanism of the brain more clearly, and also be able to design more powerful neural networks.
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