Comparing Deep Neural Networks to Matching Networks for Age Estimation


Comparing Deep Neural Networks to Matching Networks for Age Estimation – We present a novel model for age estimation in supervised learning where the task of age estimation is to estimate a new set of informative features (with respect to a set of relevant age labels on that set) from data collected from a population of aging age groups. We present an efficient algorithm for this task, based on a recent novel method for finding informative features for age estimation. The algorithm is fast, yet robust to the non-linearities of the dataset. We compare the performance of existing age estimation algorithms to existing baselines on four benchmark datasets: CIFAR-10, CIFAR-100, CIFAR-200, and VGG51.

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Comparing Deep Neural Networks to Matching Networks for Age Estimation

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