Biologically Plausible Neural Networks via Evolutionary Dynamics and Dopaminergic Plasticity

ICLR 2020 Anonymous

Artificial neural networks (ANNs) lack in biological plausibility, chiefly because backpropagation requires a variant of plasticity (precise changes of the synaptic weights informed by neural events that occur downstream in the neural circuit) that is profoundly incompatible with the current understanding of the animal brain. Here we propose that backpropagation can happen in evolutionary time, instead of lifetime, in what we call neural net evolution (NNE)... (read more)

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