Consider the following paragraph from
section 2: General Design Principles of the research paper titled Rethinking the Inception Architecture for Computer Vision
Avoid representational bottlenecks, especially early in the network. Feed-forward networks can be represented by an acyclic graph from the input layer(s) to the classifier or regressor. This defines a clear direction for the information flow. For any cut separating the inputs from the outputs, one can access the amount of information passing though the cut. One should avoid bottlenecks with extreme compression. In general the representation size should gently decrease from the inputs to the outputs before reaching the final representation used for the task at hand. Theoretically, information content cannot be assessed merely by the dimensionality of the representation as it discards important factors like correlation structure; the dimensionality merely provides a rough estimate of information content.
This paragraph warned us to avoid bottlenecks and also representational bottlenecks. What does it mean by a bottleneck of/in a neural network and representational bottleneck?