Deep Supervised, but Not Unsupervised, Models May Explain IT Cortical Representation

@inproceedings{KhalighRazavi2014DeepSB,
  title={Deep Supervised, but Not Unsupervised, Models May Explain IT Cortical Representation},
  author={Seyed-Mahdi Khaligh-Razavi and Nikolaus Kriegeskorte},
  booktitle={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2014}
}
Inferior temporal (IT) cortex in human and nonhuman primates serves visual object recognition. Computational object-vision models, although continually improving, do not yet reach human performance. It is unclear to what extent the internal representations of computational models can explain the IT representation. Here we investigate a wide range of computational model representations (37 in total), testing their categorization performance and their ability to account for the IT… CONTINUE READING

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