Why Google's Deep Dream A. I. Hallucinates In Dog Faces . Now you can play with it for yourself, thanks to the Dreamscope web app.
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Why does every single image Deep Dream coughs up look to a lesser or greater extent like Seth Brundle from The Fly crammed his teleport pod full of canines then flipped the switch? As it turns out, there's a pretty simple answer for this. As you may know, Google's Deep Dream runs off the same type of neural network that powers Google's Photos ability to identify images by their content.
Deep Dream's trippy effects come from giving it an initial image, then initiating a feedback loop, so that the network begins trying to recognize what it recognizes what it recognizes. It's the equivalent of asking Deep Dream to draw a picture of what it thinks a cloud looks like, then draw a picture of what its picture looks like, ad infinitum. Where do the dogs come in?
This Reddit thread provides some insight. A neural network's ability to recognize what's in an image comes from being trained on an initial data set. In Deep Dream's case, that data set is from Image. Net, a database created by researchers at Stanford and Princeton who built a database of 1.
But Google didn't use the whole database. Instead, they used a smaller subset of the Image. Net database released in 2.
Just imagine how much the Internet would be freaking out about Deep Dream right now if it was trained on a database that included fine- grained classification of LOLCATS instead.