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I am not sure whether such a question is accepted here, or if this is the correct place to ask.

I have done some research on this topic, however most of the information was way too complex for me to understand. I know that the most used protocol for key exchange between two parties A and B, in the practice is Diffie-Hellman protocol.

I have read here, and understood the basic working protocol for neural cryptography but do not see any clear advantages over the Diffie-Helman algorithm.

What are the advantages (if any) of neural cryptography over the Diffie-Hellman algorithm?

I am not sure whether such a question is accepted here, or if this is the correct place to ask.

I have done some research on this topic, however most of the information was way too complex for me to understand. I know that the most used protocol for key exchange between two parties A and B in the practice is Diffie-Hellman protocol.

I have read here, and understood the basic working protocol for neural cryptography but do not see any clear advantages over the Diffie-Helman algorithm.

What are the advantages (if any) of neural cryptography over the Diffie-Hellman algorithm?

I am not sure whether such a question is accepted here, or if this is the correct place to ask.

I have done some research on this topic, however most of the information was way too complex for me to understand. I know that the most used protocol for key exchange between two parties A and B, in practice is Diffie-Hellman protocol.

I have read here, and understood the basic working protocol for neural cryptography but do not see any clear advantages over the Diffie-Helman algorithm.

What are the advantages (if any) of neural cryptography over the Diffie-Hellman algorithm?

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What are the advantages of neural cryptography over Diffie-Hellman algorithm?

I am not sure whether such a question is accepted here, or if this is the correct place to ask.

I have done some research on this topic, however most of the information was way too complex for me to understand. I know that the most used protocol for key exchange between two parties A and B in the practice is Diffie-Hellman protocol.

I have read here, and understood the basic working protocol for neural cryptography but do not see any clear advantages over the Diffie-Helman algorithm.

What are the advantages (if any) of neural cryptography over the Diffie-Hellman algorithm?