Expert Systems and Neural Networks

Full-size Expert systems and neural networks, while they have many of the same letters, are two different things. An expert system uses existing information to make decisions about things it knows. An expert system is similar to a person who is an expert in a particular field, except for the fact that an expert system lacks common sense. It can only make decisions based on clearly presented data that it possesses information about. In contrast, a neural network can take in information and determine how the information is related, any patterns that may appear, and what it means. A neural network attempts to function in much the same way as a human brain functions, with many neurones connecting to each other and processing data in different ways.
These two different ways of handling decision-making also have some things in common. For example, they both have the letters "e", "t", "s", and "r" in them (they may have more than just these letters in common, but I am slightly cross-eyed due to an extreme intake of alcohol last night and I can't really see straight).  Another thing these two topics have in common is that they are both very confusing to me, especially neural networks. I'm not really sure what a neural network is, to

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