How to use mesa to compute your own predictions
Computational biology has revolutionized how we use our brains, but it’s still a science in its infancy.
With the advent of machine learning and computer vision, however, we’re finally seeing advances in computational neuroscience that have implications for the way we think about brain function.
In this article, we’ll explain how you can use mesas to create a model of the brain to learn more about your own brain function and behavior.
To learn more, check out our recent articles on how to make a neural network and a neural machine, and the Neural Network for Learning, a new technique for creating neural networks with neural networks.
We’ll also dive deep into the field of brain modeling, which has been used in the past to build more sophisticated models of the human brain.
If you want to start thinking about how you might apply this kind of model to your own neuropsychological problems, we’ve got you covered.
We also want to give you an update on some recent advances in brain modeling and machine learning, including the latest work in deep learning.
With that in mind, let’s get started.