Heuristics For Image Generation From Scene Graphs

Generating realistic images from scene graphs requires neural networks to be able to reason about object relationships and compositionality. Learning a sufficiently rich representation to facilitate this reasoning is challenging due to dataset limitations...

Authors

Subarna Tripathi

Deep Learning Data Scientist; Artificial Intelligence Product Group

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Anahita Bhiwandiwalla

Deep Learning Researcher and Engineer, Intel AI Lab

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Alexei Bastidas

Deep Learning Data Scientist, Intel AI Lab

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Hanlin Tang

Principal Engineer, Artificial Intelligence Products Group

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