Artificial Intelligence

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We learn through reason how to interpret the world. So, too, do neural networks. Image: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY) - GM1EA4R0B2Z01

Kylie Foy

Senior Science Writer & Editor, Lincoln Laboratory

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TbD-net solves the visual reasoning problem by breaking it down to a chain of subtasks. The answer to each subtask is shown in heat maps highlighting the objects of interest, allowing analysts to see the network's thought process. Image: Intelligence and Decision Technologies Group

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