Oct 142022

Enlarge / In culture, nerve cells spontaneously form the structures needed to communicate with each other. (credit: JUAN GAERTNER / Getty Images)
One of the more exciting developments in AI has been the development of algorithms that can teach themselves the rules of a system. Early versions of things like game-playing algorithms had to be given the basics of a game. But newer versions don’t need that—they simply need a system that keeps track of some reward like a score, and they can figure out which actions maximize that without needing a formal description of the game’s rules.
A paper released by the journal Neuron takes this a step further by using actual neurons…

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