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Sept. 19, 2022, 2:24 a.m. | /u/theDroidfanatic

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I'm working with an Image Classifier (using TensorFlow models). If I train my model with images from a single class (for example, a pen), I have found from my experiments that when I run inference on the model, no matter what image I pass through the model, all the output weight falls into the 'Pen' class, and TensorFlow tells me that that image is a pen with 100% accuracy, regardless of what it actually is.

This makes sense to me, …

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