For deep networks, the whole equals the sum of the parts

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46:e396 (2023)
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Abstract

Deep convolutional networks exceed humans in sensitivity to local image properties, but unlike biological vision systems, do not discover and encode abstract relations that capture important properties of objects and events in the world. Coupling network architectures with additional machinery for encoding abstract relations will make deep networks better models of human abilities and more versatile and capable artificial devices.

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