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Self-Organization in Artificial Intelligence and the Brain

@inproceedings{Ranganathan2003SelfOrganizationIA,
  title={Self-Organization in Artificial Intelligence and the Brain},
  author={Ananth Ranganathan and Zsolt Kira},
  year={2003}
}
Self-organization is one of the few theories that can explain significant aspects of developmental neuroscience. Within the brain itself, various spatially organized regions, or maps, exist that emerge dynamically. Theories and models that use self-organization have been successful at explaining such phenomena, and while these are not conclusive proof, they provide strong evidence in favor of self-organized mechanisms in the brain. Artificial Neural Networks have been developed that make use of… Expand
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