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WiFi sensing has been evolving rapidly in recent years. Empowered by propagation models and deep learning methods, many challenging applications are realized such as WiFi-based human activity recognition and gesture recognition. However, in contrast to deep learning for visual recognition and natural language processing, no sufficiently comprehensive public benchmark exists. In this paper, we highlight the recent progress on deep learning enabled WiFi sensing, and then propose a benchmark,arXiv:2207.07859v1 fatcat:nf52mkumjbczpns54zayk3gcfa