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Teaching AI Agents to See Like Humans

DeepMind research shows new ways to enable inference in computer vision models in a way that resemble human cognition.


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Jesus Rodriguez

CEO of IntoTheBlock, Chief Scientist at Invector Labs, I write The Sequence Newsletter, Guest lecturer at Columbia University, Angel Investor, Author, Speaker.

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