Monthly Archives: September 2010

Perplexed monkeys and temporal learning of invariances..

I read a very interesting recent paper from Jim Dicarlo’s lab at MIT that gives another strong piece of experimental evidence for temporal slowness based learning of invariant representations. The paper, authored by Nuo Li and DiCarlo found that size … Continue reading

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Actions in perception…

In my last post I described a thought experiment to understand some of the roles actions play in perception. The question we asked in the thought experiment was whether our brains could learn spatial concepts and transformations efficiently by passively … Continue reading

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