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Like Us, Deep Learning Networks Prefer a Human Voice

News   Apr 07, 2021 | Original story from Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science

 
Like Us, Deep Learning Networks Prefer a Human Voice

A deep neural network that is taught to speak out the answer demonstrates higher performances of learning robust and efficient features. This study opens up new research questions on the role of label representations for object recognition. Credit: Creative Machines Lab/ Columbia Engineering

 
 
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