- 1) Getting the neurons to connect up where and how you want them to.
- 2) Stimulating specific cells within the network you have built.
- 3) Measuring the response of the network to stimuli you have provided.
Saturday, April 21, 2007
Neural networks, both simulated in software and naturally neuronal (sorry this alliteration is horribly har- err... difficult to shake), are wicked cool. I want to attempt to apply the connectionist paradigm to a network made of real neurons. There are three significant hurdles: