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Hidden Unit - Why is it called hidden layer?


In artificial neural networks, a 'hidden layer' is a layer of neurons that is not part of the input or output layer. The term 'hidden' signifies that these layers are not directly observable and are responsible for the 'depth' of neural networks, enabling them to process complex data representations.