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Less than meets the eye: How do computers -- or our brains -- recognize images?

Discussion in 'Science Daily - Artificial Intelligence News' started by RSS, Mar 10, 2016.

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    We do not merely recognize objects -- our brain is so good at this task that we can automatically supply the concept of a cup when shown a photo of a curved handle or identify a face from just an ear or nose. Neurobiologists, computer scientists, and robotics engineers are all interested in understanding how such recognition works -- in both human and computer vision systems. New research suggests that there is an "atomic" unit of recognition -- a minimum amount of information an image must contain for recognition to occur.[​IMG]

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