There is a lot of talk about artificial intelligence and neural networks. I saw the drawings that the ANN made on Sara's blog and I liked it.
I wanted to know how to find this neural network and how to manage it. It turned out it wasn't all that difficult.
Wikipedia knows everything. "Artificial neural networks, usually simply called neural networks or neural nets, are computing systems inspired by the biological neural networks that constitute animal brains. An ANN is based on a collection of connected units or nodes called artificial neurons, which loosely model the neurons in a biological brain".
There they explained to me the principle of the ANN. There they explained to me the principle of ANN operation (I didn’t really understand, but it doesn’t matter :))
Task: sun, trees, snow
“Such systems “learn” to perform tasks by looking at examples, usually without programming rules for specific tasks. For example, in image recognition, they can learn to identify images containing "trees" by analyzing examples of images that were created by hand. They do this without any prior knowledge of trees. Instead, they automatically generate identifying characteristics from the examples they process."
Task: yellow leaves, blue sky, bare branches
I decided to play with the neural network so that it draws pictures for me. First, I wrote a task of words and clicked "send" and got the drawings that I show here.
Task: blue sea, white ship, sun
Task: park, trees, red flowers, bed
Task: river, fisherman
Task (specially for David): grey plover, snowy egret, brown pelican, tit, flycatcher, tree
What do you think, is there a future in the development of a neural network? Where can artificial intelligence be used?