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From Pixels to Cats and Dogs: Vision in Humans and Computers

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In the past 4 years, computers have suddenly become as good as humans at recognizing objects in natural images. As a visual neuroscientist, I will discuss how the “deep neural networks” behind Facebook and Google’s image recognition capabilities work, and how they can give new insights into the human brain.

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