What Is a Biological Neural Network?

Biological neural networks (Biological Neural Networks) generally refer to a network of biological brain neurons, cells, contacts, etc., used to generate biological consciousness and help living things to think and act.

Biological neural network

In 1872, Gao Ji, a graduate of the medical school in Italy, accidentally dropped a brain block in a silver nitrate solution. A few weeks later, he observed this brain block with a microscope, marking a major milestone in the history of neuroscience-"seeing nerve cells for the first time with the naked eye".
Biological nerve cells
Cell body (soma)
Axon hill


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