0 1 0 rg /R44 61 0 R [ (mec) 15.011 (hanism) -369.985 (\050SCMA\051\054) -369.997 (and) -370.002 (\0502\051) -370.018 (DCNet\054) -400.017 (an) -370.987 (LSTM\055based) -370.007 (de\055) ] TJ /R12 23 0 R /Font << T* Deep learning methods have demonstrated state-of-the-art results on caption generation problems. Hence we remove the softmax layer from the inceptionV3 model. /Annots [ ] You have learned how to make an Image Caption Generator from scratch. (\054) Tj /R10 14.3462 Tf /R12 23 0 R [ (ing) -372 (include) -371.015 (content\055based) -371.992 (image) -372 (retrie) 25.0154 (v) 24.9811 (al) -370.994 (\133) ] TJ 1 0 0 1 465.992 132.275 Tm /R14 7.9701 Tf T* BT /F1 117 0 R BT The basic premise behind Glove is that we can derive semantic relationships between words from the co-occurrence matrix. (2014) also apply LSTMs to videos, allowing their model to generate video descriptions. [ (Harv) 24.9957 (ard) -249.989 (Uni) 24.9957 (v) 14.9851 (ersity) ] TJ 0 g You can easily say ‘A black dog and a brown dog in the snow’ or ‘The small dogs play in the snow’ or ‘Two Pomeranian dogs playing in the snow’. 11.9551 TL /R8 14.3462 Tf 78.059 15.016 m /R63 95 0 R /Font << [ (1) -0.29866 ] TJ EXAMPLE Consider the task of generating captions for images. 1 0 0 1 50.1121 297.932 Tm [ (or) -273.991 (more) -275.003 (at) 0.98268 (tention) -274.981 (mechanisms\056) -382.01 (The) -275.008 (input) -274.003 (image) -274.018 (is) -274.018 <02727374> -274.988 (en\055) ] TJ /XObject << Q >> /R12 9.9626 Tf /R12 23 0 R T* BT 3 0 obj >> Consider the following Image from the Flickr8k dataset:-. We cannot directly input the RGB im… >> Caption: Students from the Umana Barnes Middle School in East Boston (l-r Bonnie Ramos, Roberto Paredes and Kayla Bishop) participating in one of a series of Scratch … /R12 9.9626 Tf Before training the model we need to keep in mind that we do not want to retrain the weights in our embedding layer (pre-trained Glove vectors). Since our dataset has 6000 images and 40000 captions we will create a function that can train the data in batches. /Type /Page [ (age) -254 (captioning) -253.018 (due) -253.991 (to) -253.985 (their) -253.004 (superior) -254.019 (performance) -253.997 (compared) ] TJ q 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm f = open(os.path.join(glove_path, 'glove.6B.200d.txt'), encoding="utf-8"), coefs = np.asarray(values[1:], dtype='float32'), embedding_matrix = np.zeros((vocab_size, embedding_dim)), embedding_vector = embeddings_index.get(word), model_new = Model(model.input, model.layers[-2].output), img = image.load_img(image_path, target_size=(299, 299)), fea_vec = np.reshape(fea_vec, fea_vec.shape[1]), encoding_train[img[len(images_path):]] = encode(img) Image caption Generator is a popular research area of Artificial Intelligence that deals with image understanding and a language description for that image. /Annots [ ] [ (or) -329.001 (T) 35.0187 (ransform) 0.99493 (er) 19.9893 (\055based) -329 (netw) 10.0081 (ork\054) -348.011 (which) -328.989 (generates) -327.98 (w) 10.0032 (ords) -328.989 (se\055) ] TJ train_features = encoding_train, encoding_test[img[len(images_path):]] = encode(img). The vectors resulting from both the encodings are then merged. /Parent 1 0 R We are creating a Merge model where we combine the image vector and the partial caption. /Type /Page 11.9547 TL T* Here we will be making use of the Keras library for creating our model and training it. [ (High\055quality) -398.982 (captions) -399.004 (consist) -398.017 (of) -398.992 (tw) 10.0081 (o) -398.987 (elements\072) -607.987 (coher) 19.9967 (\055) ] TJ >> /Font << image copyright Getty Images. T* T* Most images do not have a description, but the human can largely understand them without their detailed captions. /Resources << [ (fawaz\056sammani\100aol\056com\054) -600.002 (lmelaskyriazi\100college\056harvard\056edu) ] TJ 11.9547 -20.2727 Td 4.73281 -4.33828 Td image caption On … 0 g /R27 44 0 R Published. 38.7371 TL Copy link. q In the Flickr8k dataset, each image is associated with five different captions that describe the entities and events depicted in the image that were collected. 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm /R42 68 0 R Beam Search is where we take top k predictions, feed them again in the model and then sort them using the probabilities returned by the model. This task masks tokens in captions and predicts them by fusing visual and textual cues. /R12 23 0 R /a1 gs /R46 58 0 R q 78.852 27.625 80.355 27.223 81.691 26.508 c 0 g To make our model more robust we will reduce our vocabulary to only those words which occur at least 10 times in the entire corpus. /ProcSet [ /Text /ImageC /ImageB /PDF /ImageI ] These 7 Signs Show you have Data Scientist Potential! 0 g /R10 18 0 R Q BT T* However, we will add two tokens in every caption, which are ‘startseq’ and ‘endseq’:-, Create a list of all the training captions:-. $4�%�&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz�������������������������������������������������������������������������� ? BT 78.059 15.016 m >> 40000) image captions in the data set. 11.9551 TL Do share your valuable feedback in the comments section below. (30) Tj So we can see the format in which our image id’s and their captions are stored. /Resources << /ExtGState << /R18 37 0 R Q /Rotate 0 /x6 15 0 R q T* We also need to find out what the max length of a caption can be since we cannot have captions of arbitrary length. /F1 108 0 R 1.1 Image Captioning q Flickr8k is a good starting dataset as it is small in size and can be trained easily on low-end laptops/desktops using a CPU. 1 0 0 1 0 0 cm q endobj 12 0 obj /ProcSet [ /ImageC /Text /PDF /ImageI /ImageB ] Planned from scratch: Brasilia at 60 in pictures. 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm You might think we could enumerate all possible captions from the vocabulary. Q (17) Tj Image Caption generation is a challenging problem in AI that connects computer vision and NLP where a textual description must be generated for a given photograph. [ (combines) -291.018 (techniques) -290.003 (from) -291 (computer) -290.008 (vision) -291.015 (\050e\056g\056) -432.004 (recogniz\055) ] TJ So, the list will always contain the top k predictions and we take the one with the highest probability and go through it till we encounter ‘endseq’ or reach the maximum caption length. 0.5 0.5 0.5 rg Congratulations! Make sure to try some of the suggestions to improve the performance of our generator and share your results with me! /Type /Page It is a challenging artificial intelligence problem as it requires both techniques from computer vision to interpret the contents of the photograph and techniques from natural language processing to generate the textual description. 1 0 0 1 490.898 132.275 Tm About sharing. (\135\056) Tj << /Group 79 0 R There is still a lot to improve right from the datasets used to the methodologies implemented. /R12 23 0 R I hope this gives you an idea of how we are approaching this problem statement. /R7 17 0 R /Contents 41 0 R [ (\050i\056e) 15.0189 (\056) -529.007 (sentence) -322.019 (structur) 37.0122 (e\051\054) -341.007 (enabling) -323.009 (it) -322.99 (to) -322.993 (focus) -322.985 (on) -322.995 <0278696e67> -322.988 (de\055) ] TJ /Kids [ 3 0 R 4 0 R 5 0 R 6 0 R 7 0 R 8 0 R 9 0 R 10 0 R 11 0 R ] q /MediaBox [ 0 0 612 792 ] 7 0 obj Q [ (\135) -372.019 (and) -372.011 (assist\055) ] TJ from scratch, because a caption-editing model can focus on visually-grounded details rather than on caption structure [23]. While doing this you also learned how to incorporate the field of Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing together and implement a method like Beam Search that is able to generate better descriptions than the standard. 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm /Width 1028 96.422 5.812 m [ (A) -250.002 (Framew) 9.99795 (ork) -250 (f) 24.9923 (or) -249.995 (Editing) -249.99 (Image) -250.005 (Captions) ] TJ << 1 0 0 1 297 50 Tm 1 0 0 1 308.862 412.108 Tm Things you can implement to improve your model:-. /R12 23 0 R There has been a lot of research on this topic and you can make much better Image caption generators. endobj 9 0 obj (\072) Tj [ (ing) -362.979 (a) -362.004 (selecti) 24.982 (v) 14.9865 (e) -363.006 (cop) 10 (y) -362.987 (memory) -362.001 (attention) -362.987 (\050SCMA\051) -362.987 (mechanism\054) -390.003 (we) ] TJ /Font << 0 1 0 rg T* We will make use of the inceptionV3 model which has the least number of training parameters in comparison to the others and also outperforms them. Here is what the partial output looks like. /F2 53 0 R /Annots [ ] The basic premise behind Glove is that we can derive semantic relationships between words from the co-occurrence matrix. for line in new_descriptions.split('\n'): image_id, image_desc = tokens[0], tokens[1:], desc = 'startseq ' + ' '.join(image_desc) + ' endseq', train_descriptions[image_id].append(desc). << T* >> >> I captured, ignored, and reported those exceptions. (\056) Tj [ (these) -437.996 (feature) -438.993 (v) 14.9828 (ectors) -437.998 (are) -438.995 (decoded) -438 (using) -438.015 (an) -438.986 (LSTM\055based) ] TJ You can easily say ‘A black dog and a brown dog in the snow’ or ‘The small dogs play in the snow’ or ‘Two Pomeranian dogs playing in the snow’. T* /Resources << >> endobj Q /R42 68 0 R This is then fed into the LSTM for processing the sequence. You can see that our model was able to identify two dogs in the snow. 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T* 109.984 9.465 l 100.875 9.465 l As you have seen from our approach we have opted for transfer learning using InceptionV3 network which is pre-trained on the ImageNet dataset. 10.9578 TL Q 4.73281 -4.33867 Td BT [ (Ov) 14.9859 (er) -440.012 (t) 0.98758 (he) -440.004 (past) -439.011 <02> 24.9909 (v) 14.9828 (e) -440.01 (years\054) -487.016 (neural) -439.02 (encoder) 19.9942 (\055decoder) -440.01 (sys\055) ] TJ 33.4 -37.8578 Td << 109.984 5.812 l [ (F) 15.0158 (a) 14.9892 (w) 10 (az) -250.006 (Sammani) ] TJ Now let’s perform some basic text clean to get rid of punctuation and convert our descriptions to lowercase. 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The complete training of the model took 1 hour and 40 minutes on the Kaggle GPU. -83.7758 -13.2988 Td >> BT 83.789 8.402 l 6 0 obj endstream T* A number of datasets are used for training, testing, and evaluation of the image captioning methods. /ExtGState << 82.031 6.77 79.75 5.789 77.262 5.789 c 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm For our model, we will map all the words in our 38-word long caption to a 200-dimension vector using Glove. Closed Captions are encoded into the file and decoded by the display device during playback. /F2 107 0 R Now, we create a dictionary named “descriptions” which contains the name of the image (without the .jpg extension) as keys and a list of the 5 captions for the corresponding image as values. [3] proposed to generate captions for novel objects, which are not present in the paired image-caption trainingdata but ex-ist in image recognition datasets, e.g., ImageNet. 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm BT [all_desc.append(d) for d in train_descriptions[key]], max_length = max(len(d.split()) for d in lines), print('Description Length: %d' % max_length). 0.44706 0.57647 0.77255 rg /Rotate 0 >> 11.9559 TL /R61 91 0 R Thus every line contains the #i , where 0≤i≤4. q However, machine needs to interpret some form of image captions if humans need automatic image captions from it. [ (https\072\057\057github) 39.9909 (\056com\057fawazsammani\057show\055edit\055tell) ] TJ Our overall approach centers around the Bottom-Up and Top-Down Attention model, as designed by Anderson et al.We used this framework as a starting point for further experimentation, implementing, in addition to various hyperparameter tunings, two additional model architectures. We also need to find out what the max length of a caption can be since we cannot have captions of arbitrary length. Q 82.684 15.016 l In our merge model, a different representation of the image can be combined with the final RNN state before each prediction. >> You have learned how to make an Image Caption Generator from scratch. /R12 11.9552 Tf /R7 17 0 R [ (coded) -235.012 (by) -233.99 (a) -234.985 (CNN) -235 (into) -234.015 (a) -234.985 (set) -233.99 (of) -235.02 (feature) -234.985 (v) 14.9828 (ectors\054) -237.009 (each) -234.99 (of) -235.02 (which) ] TJ Generating well-formed sentences requires both syntactic and semantic understanding of the language. But at the same time, it misclassified the black dog as a white dog. Synthesizing realistic images has been studied and analyzed widely in AI systems for characterizing the pixel level structure of natural images. You can make use of Google Colab or Kaggle notebooks if you want a GPU to train it. %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz��������������������������������������������������������������������������� >> [ (to) -368.985 (pre) 25.013 (vious) -369.007 (image) -370.002 (processing\055based) -369.007 (techniques\056) -666.997 (The) -370.012 (cur) 19.9918 (\055) ] TJ 13 0 obj /Contents 100 0 R Q 102.168 4.33867 Td >> f (18) Tj T* q However, editing existing captions can be easier than generating new ones from scratch. [ (captures) -320.018 (semantic) -320.981 (information) -319.981 (about) -320.986 (an) -319.986 (image) -320.991 (re) 15.0073 (gion\054) -337.998 (and) ] TJ 1 0 0 1 135.88 118.209 Tm 71.164 13.051 73.895 10.082 77.262 10.082 c /R12 11.9552 Tf for key, val in train_descriptions.items(): word_counts[w] = word_counts.get(w, 0) + 1, vocab = [w for w in word_counts if word_counts[w] >= word_count_threshold]. ET 105.816 18.547 l T* >> /F1 90 0 R Image-based factual descriptions are not enough to generate high-quality captions. >> 1 0 0 1 237.645 675.067 Tm T* Feel free to share your complete code notebooks as well which will be helpful to our community members. Hello - Very temperamental using captions, sometimes works fine, other times so many issues, any feedback would be great. 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T* /Parent 1 0 R /R52 52 0 R /Rotate 0 /R10 18 0 R -11.9547 -11.9551 Td h >> Now let’s save the image id’s and their new cleaned captions in the same format as the token.txt file:-, Next, we load all the 6000 training image id’s in a variable train from the ‘Flickr_8k.trainImages.txt’ file:-, Now we save all the training and testing images in train_img and test_img lists respectively:-, Now, we load the descriptions of the training images into a dictionary. 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Therefore working on Open-domain datasets can be an interesting prospect. Q -186.231 -11.9547 Td BT /R27 44 0 R 8 0 obj ET [ (for) -363.014 (the) -362.998 (w) 10.0092 (ord) -363 (currently) -362.993 (being) -364 (generated) -362.982 (in) -362.976 (the) -362.998 (ne) 24.9848 (w) -362.998 (caption\056) -648.994 (Us\055) ] TJ /R38 76 0 R /R44 61 0 R Let’s visualize an example image and its captions:-. /Annots [ ] -185.025 -15.409 Td /R63 95 0 R q /a0 gs /Font << /R14 7.9701 Tf Next, we create a dictionary named “descriptions” which contains the name of the image as keys and a list of the 5 captions for the corresponding image as values. 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