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Do Neural Networks Get Fooled by Visual Illusions?

News   Nov 23, 2020 | Original story from Pompeu Fabra University

 
Do Neural Networks Get Fooled by Visual Illusions?

In all three cases, the Sagrada Familia is the same colour but looks different due to the surrounding colours. This is a visual illusion. Credit: UPF

 
 
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