One question that came up learning how artificial neural networks are working was how the brain can train its neural network?
When we say we have an artificial neural network, the problem behind it is a typical, but uncommon minimizing problem. The math behind it is logical and pretty easy. But it's math, so an computer can calculate it by doing millions of iterations. But the brain can't do that (I would be surprised)
So, how does the brain solve this task. Trial & Error, we don't know or is there an even more complex system behind it?
Thanks in advance. GA