25 years of CNNs: Can we compare to human abstraction capabilities?

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Authors: Sebastian Stabinger,Antonio Rodríguez-Sánchez,Justus Piater
ArXiv: 1607.08366
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Abstract URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1607.08366v1


We try to determine the progress made by convolutional neural networks over the past 25 years in classifying images into abstractc lasses. For this purpose we compare the performance of LeNet to that of GoogLeNet at classifying randomly generated images which are differentiated by an abstract property (e.g., one class contains two objects of the same size, the other class two objects of different sizes). Our results show that there is still work to do in order to solve vision problems humans are able to solve without much difficulty.

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