Which libraries can be used for image caption generation?

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Which libraries can be used for image caption generation?

Farzana Anjum

Posted 2019-04-26T13:58:43.330

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I'd consider this "asking for a development tool", which is off-topic.

– Philip Raeisghasem – 2019-04-28T06:47:24.823

1This seems a bit broad; I assume you’re looking for libraries with “black box” models? I doubt you haven’t heard of TensorFlow / Keras and PyTorch. I’m sure you can find some implementations in these libraries on github. Also look into FastAI; I don’t know if they have a black box model already written (I don’t really use it often), but they are very good so long as you don’t need to know too much about what’s under the hood. FastAI is built on top of PyTorch (but it’s starting to now branch out to other frameworks). – Hanzy – 2019-04-28T20:04:23.927

You can try to go to this source: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/cin/2020/3062706/.

– Nicho Santoso – 2020-04-21T11:07:58.710

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I've been read from some blogs, for image caption generation you can use concepts of a CNN and LSTM model and build a working model of Image caption generator by implementing CNN with LSTM. I think before you want to make something and using this project, you need to have good knowledge of Deep learning, Python, working on Jupyter notebooks, Keras library, Numpy, and Natural language processing and make sure that you have installed all the following necessary libraries: -pip install tensorflow -keras -pillow -numpy -tqdm -jupyterlab

source : https://data-flair.training/blogs/python-based-project-image-caption-generator-cnn/

Nurul Zakiyyah

Posted 2019-04-26T13:58:43.330

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