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-**Contact**:​ [[members:​lealtaix|Dr. Laura Leal-Taixe]],​ [[members:​meinhard|Tim Meinhardt]],​ [[members:​zhouq|Qunjie Zhou]], [[members:​dendorfer|Patrick Dendorfer]], [[members:​golkov|Vladimir Golkov]]+**Contact**:​ [[members:​lealtaix|Dr. Laura Leal-Taixe]], [[members:​golkov|Vladimir Golkov]], [[members:​meinhard|Tim Meinhardt]],​ [[members:​zhouq|Qunjie Zhou]], [[members:​dendorfer|Patrick Dendorfer]]
  
 Deep Learning is a powerful machine learning tool that showed outstanding performance in many fields. One of the greatest successes of Deep Learning has been achieved in large scale object recognition with Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs). CNNs' main power comes from learning data representations directly from data in a hierarchical layer based structure. Deep Learning is a powerful machine learning tool that showed outstanding performance in many fields. One of the greatest successes of Deep Learning has been achieved in large scale object recognition with Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs). CNNs' main power comes from learning data representations directly from data in a hierarchical layer based structure.

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