- Until now, no computer model has been able to match the primate brain at visual object recognition during a brief glance.
- This improved understanding of how the primate brain works could lead to better artificial intelligence and, someday, new ways to repair visual dysfunction
- Two major factors account for the recent success of this type of neural network: availability of processing power, and larger datasets
Newest computer neural networks can identify visual objects as well as the primate brain
12. 26. 14 by Alex Klokus