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Why Are Computers Easily Beaten by Toddlers in Odd One Out Tasks?

News   Jul 31, 2018 | Original Press Release from Brown University

 
Why Are Computers Easily Beaten by Toddlers in Odd One Out Tasks?

When one of these things is not like the other: Computers are great at categorizing images based on objects within them, but they're bad at figuring out if two objects within an image are the same or different. New research helps to explain why tasks like these are so hard for computers. Serre Lab / Brown University

 
 
 

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