Neural Networks Perceptron model

NYS Museum Holiday Break Activities
research Scope: neural network

School’s Out… the Museum is IN!
Tuesday, February 19 -
Wednesday, February 20
Families | FREE

Calling all learners! Come explore the Museum’s exhibitions and discover something new by participating in a variety of exciting activities.

For more information visit their website!


Star Lab
11:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 p.m.Location: Huxley Theater (Get FREE tickets at the Main Lobby desk)
Join us in our inflatable planetarium, StarLab! Crawl inside and listen to a seasonal sky tour. Space within the StarLab is limited. Free tickets will be available at the main lobby desk one hour before each show time on a first come, first-served basis. StarLab presentations are approximately 35 minutes long and are best suited for ages 5 years and up.

Brains: The Inside Scoop
1:30 – 4p.m.
Join Laura Payack of the New York State Office of Mental Health whose job it is to help promote the mental health of all New Yorkers. Learn about neural networks and use recycled packing peanuts to build a neural network model.

Black Capital: Harlem in the 20s
1:00 – 4 p.m. Location:


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