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A neural network is

a software program whose operation imitates the way a human brain works. A neural network creates connections between processing elements, which are analogous to neurons. Given a certain pattern of input, the organization and weights of the connections determine the corresponding output. Most neural networks must be trained with a large set of "training data" before they can be effective in recognizing patterns within the input data.
a weighted, directed graph where the vertices represent neurons and the edges represent connections (sometimes called synapses) between the neurons. The neurons are arranged in layers.[1]

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  1. Perspectives on Research in Artificial Intelligence and Artificial General Intelligence Relevant to DoD, at 12.

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