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Poggio, T. & Fraser, M. Compositional sparsity of learnable functions. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society 61, 438-456 (2024).
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Dobs, K., Yuan, J., Martinez, J. & Kanwisher, N. Behavioral signatures of face perception emerge in deep neural networks optimized for face recognition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120, (2023).
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Poggio, T. & Magrini, M. Cervelli menti algoritmi. 272 (Sperling & Kupfer, 2023). at <>
Kanwisher, N., Gupta, P. & Dobs, K. CNNs reveal the computational implausibility of the expertise hypothesis. iScience 26, 105976 (2023).
Xiang, Y., Vélez, N. & Gershman, S. J. Collaborative decision making is grounded in representations of other people’s competence and effort. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 152, 1565 - 1579 (2023).
Xiao, Y. et al. Cross-task specificity and within-task invariance of cognitive control processes. Cell Reports 42, 111919 (2023).PDF icon PIIS2211124722018174.pdf (3.97 MB)
Zhang, Y. et al. Decoding of human identity by computer vision and neuronal visionAbstract. Scientific Reports 13, (2023).