In this post, I like to compute what number of visual instances we observes over time, with the assumption that we visually perceive life as a constant video with a certain fps rate.
Let's dive into the computation. Relying on , average person can see the world with 45 fps on average. It goes to extremes for such people like fighter pilots which is 225fps with the adrenaline kicked in. I took the average life time 71 years  equals to (2 .24 billion) secs and we are awake almost of it which makes (1.49 billion) secs . Then we assume that on average there are neurons in our brain . This is our model size.
Eventually and roughly, that means without any further investigation, we have a model with 86 billion parameters which learns from almost 67 billion images.
Of course this is not a convenient way to come with this numbers but fun comes by ignorance 🙂