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[D] Looking for a specific figure demonstrating the importance of good datasets

I’m looking for a figure to cite in one of my projects. I have seen it once before, but didn’t save the source, and have no luck finding it again. The effect of the figure is to show that on average, successful theories were invented very early, but good results only follow the release of good datasets.

This is achieved by listing a number of tasks (e.g. image classification). For each task, the figure lists which technique has been used to successfully tackle the problem (e.g. CNNs) and the year it was first proposed. Additionally, it lists the year that a significant dataset for this problem (e.g. ImageNet) was released. Finally, the last column displays the year that some performance threshold was reached on the given technique.

I hope my description is clear. It would be great if someone could find the actual figure!

In general, do you think the claim made here is valid? Or is it simplistically aggregating too much information, and missing the point?

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