Figure 4. | What the success of brain imaging implies about the neural code

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What the success of brain imaging implies about the neural code

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University College London, United Kingdom; The Alan Turing Institute, United Kingdom
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Download figureOpen in new tabFigure 4. Similarity structure becomes more difficult to recover in the more advanced layers of the DLN.

(A) The similarity structure in a middle layer of a DLN, Inception-v3 GoogLeNet. The mammals (lions and tigers) and birds (robins and partridges) correlate forming a high-level domain, rendering the upper-left quadrant a darker shade of red. Whereas the vehicles (sportscars and mopeds) and musical instruments (guitars and banjos) form two high-level categories. (B) In contrast, at a later layer in this network, the similarity space shows high within-category correlations and weakened correlations between categories. While some structure between categories is preserved, mopeds are no more similar to sportscars than they are to robins.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.21397.007