I’d like to start this post with a demonstration about human learning and generalization. Below is a training set which has been grouped into YES and NO images. Look at these, then decide which image from the test set should also be labelled YES.
That shouldn’t have been too difficult. In fact, I suspect even those kids in the training set would notice that the YES instances all contain two of the same thing. One might assume that learning this categorisation would come naturally to a... Read More