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The AI determines boundaries between objects by the “probability” that a voxel belongs to the same object as it’s neighbors. Our images are set at a low threshold of probability that segments are connected. This means that the machine won’t connect two groups of pixels unless it is fairly certain they belong to the same segment, and are bounded by the same border. This helps to minimize mergers, but means this AI is more hesitant to connect large pieces of a cell branch.