Posted on April 4, 2018 | Back to Showreel

Image Generation from Scene Graphs

Tags: computer-vision, generative | Paper

Work from the famous Fei Fei Li, this is a very neat idea. There’s been some famous networks (“StackGAN”) that are able to generate pictures from text. But, they fail when you want to generate a complicated and unfamiliar scene. Humans, of course, can “dis-entangle” different concepts when thinking of complicated scenes, such as “a cat waiting to catch the train”. Even if we haven’t seen this exact thing before, we can easily imagine it, because we know how the things look, independently. The contribution in this work is the same idea, for neural networks, and they achieve awesome results! We can definitely expect significant improvements in this area, over the coming years.