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A New Benchmark and Progress Toward Improved Weakly Supervised Learning

by   Jason Ramapuram, et al.

Knowledge Matters: Importance of Prior Information for Optimization [7], by Gulcehre et. al., sought to establish the limits of current black-box, deep learning techniques by posing problems which are difficult to learn without engineering knowledge into the model or training procedure. In our work, we completely solve the previous Knowledge Matters problem using a generic model, pose a more difficult and scalable problem, All-Pairs, and advance this new problem by introducing a new learned, spatially-varying histogram model called TypeNet which outperforms conventional models on the problem. We present results on All-Pairs where our model achieves 100 ResNet models achieve 79 order of magnitude smaller than Resnet-34. The challenge of solving larger-scale All-Pairs problems with high accuracy is presented to the community for investigation.


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