AI Neural Networks

Neural Networks and Parallel Computation
Supervised learning using a Research has shown that a signal received by a neuron travels through the dendrite region, and down the axon. Separating nerve cells is a gap called the synapse. In order for the signal to be transferred to the next neuron, the signal must be converted from electrical to chemical energy. The signal can then be received by the next neuron and processed. Warren McCulloch after completing medical school at Yale, along with Walter Pitts a mathematician proposed a hypothesis to explain the fundamentals of how neural networks made the brain work. Based on experiments with neurons, McCulloch and Pitts showed that neurons might be considered devices for processing binary numbers. An important back of mathematic logic, binary numbers (represented as 1's and 0's or true and false) were also the basis of the electronic computer. This link is the basis of computer-simulated neural networks, also know as Parallel computing. A century earlier the true / false nature of binary numbers was theorized in 1854 by George Boole in his postulates concerning the Laws of Thought. Boole's principles make up what is known as Boolean algebra, the collection of logic concerning AND, OR, NOT operands. For example according to the Laws of thought the statement: (for this example consider all apples red) Apples are red-- is True Apples are red AND oranges are purple-- is False Apples are red OR oranges are purple-- is True Apples are red AND oranges are NOT purple-- is also True Boole also assumed that the human mind works according to these laws, it performs logical operations that could be reasoned. Ninety years later, Claude Shannon applied Boole's principles in circuits, the blueprint for electronic computers. Boole's contribution to the future of computing and Artificial Intelligence was immeasurable, and his logic is the basis of neural networks. McCulloch and Pitts, using Boole's principles, wrote a paper on neural network theory. The thesis dealt with how the networks of connected neurons could perform logical operations. It also stated that, one the level of a single neuron, the release or failure to release an impulse was the basis by which the brain makes true / false decisions. Using the idea of feedback theory, they described the loop which existed between the senses --->

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Yes

2005-10-27 12:24:20 by FXCurrencyTrader

I would be happy to, but someone asked me that before, and when I answered, it was flagged. I am not sure, but I think that stock traders don't like Forex trading.
I am not sure why that is. The Forex market is much bigger, and it is recession proof. There will always be banks and businesses trading money. Chrysler, last year, made more money trading Forex than they did selling vehicles. This market is also less risky, with enormous liquidity, and no slippage. Forex has low transaction costs, much higher leverage, and low account minimums.
I just think you need to know what you are doing, and for most of us, it takes education. I didn't go and work in a hospital until I went to nursing school, and prepared myself. I wouldn't risk my money until I learned how to trade it....

It's true

2005-10-06 10:24:31 by idonthaveone

I was just flipping through and noticed your post. Yes, it is true about Forex. The absolute best way to get started is go to the Forex website and download the trial version of their program. It works in real time with a start of $10000 dream cash. You get to invest it how you like and see the results just like real money. The trial version is good for 30 days I think.
If I were in your shoes and never tried Forex, I would invest time into your local bookstore and read the most up-to-date books on Forex, and trading. If you jump into it both feet first and don't know what you're doing, you'll probably lose the farm.
I must also say that the trading books seem very confusing at first if you've never Forex'd before. Just read the book in it's entirety. Try the trial period...

A lot of people have said what they do here

2005-12-04 13:08:55 by DaySurfer

I don't know what you're talking about.
Read the threads. There are tons of folks who have said exactly what type of work they do from home.
I am a marketing consultant specializing in Internet Marketing education and training. I also dabble in high-return investing (DaySurfing) and currency trading, like ecurrency exchange and Forex.
There are also lots of people here who are representatives for different companies who sell various products online and off. They usually include their referral links, so it's easy to find those people and exactly what they're selling.
There's a guy trying to start a motorcycle repair business from home. People who transcribe things for a living. Others who import/export, or sell stuff on eBay.
There are several artists...

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2005-09-27 20:54:15 by FXCurrencyTrader

I am trading Forex, from the computer at my home. I am making several thousand a week, but I am only trading one lot. Several friends who have more money than I are trading more lots, and are making way more money than I.
It is good for me, and I am building my account, and when I have more money, I will trade more lots.
It is not something you can just go and do, you have to learn about it, or you will waste your time and your money.
I studied for about six weeks, and during that time, I practiced on a demo account.
I took live classes online, and they were great. You can take them as many times as you like. I paid $2000 for the beginners and advanced classes, but you can start with $995 for the beginners class. I figured it is less than I would spend for a...

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