Decoded: How humans process large amount of data?

“How do we make sense of so much data around us, of so many different types, so quickly and robustly?” File Photo dna Research & Archives Humans can categorise data using less than 1% of the original information, say scientists, including those of Indian-origin, who have found an algorithm to explain human learning. The method can also be used for machine learning, data analysis and computer vision, researchers said. Humans learn to very quickly identify complex objects and variations of them. We generally recognise an ‘A’ no matter what the font, texture or background, for example, or the face of a coworker even if she puts on a hat or changes her hairstyle. We also can identify an object when just a portion is visible, such as the corner of…


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