Sept. 4, 2023, 9:42 a.m. | /u/Tea_Pearce

Machine Learning

A while back, the IB principle ([]( made a few waves as a promising framework to understand/study deep neural networks. But I recall a series of follow up works (notably [\_WPG-A-]( that called a lot of the results into question, and (I think?) people drifted away from it.

I saw this recent paper ([]( on the IB and self-supervised learning, and it got me wondering what the current views are as to how useful/accurate the IB view of deep learning …


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