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Modelling response to trypophobia trigger using intermediate layers of ImageNet networks

by   Piotr Woznicki, et al.

In this paper, we approach the problem of detecting trypophobia triggers using Convolutional neural networks. We show that standard architectures such as VGG or ResNet are capable of recognizing trypophobia patterns. We also conduct experiments to analyze the nature of this phenomenon. To do that, we dissect the network decreasing the number of its layers and parameters. We prove, that even significantly reduced networks have accuracy above 91% and focus their attention on the trypophobia patterns as presented on the visual explanations.


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