Leveraging Chat-Based Large Vision Language Models for Multimodal Out-Of-Context Detection

22 Jan 2024  ·  Fatma Shalabi, Hichem Felouat, Huy H. Nguyen, Isao Echizen ·

Out-of-context (OOC) detection is a challenging task involving identifying images and texts that are irrelevant to the context in which they are presented. Large vision-language models (LVLMs) are effective at various tasks, including image classification and text generation. However, the extent of their proficiency in multimodal OOC detection tasks is unclear. In this paper, we investigate the ability of LVLMs to detect multimodal OOC and show that these models cannot achieve high accuracy on OOC detection tasks without fine-tuning. However, we demonstrate that fine-tuning LVLMs on multimodal OOC datasets can further improve their OOC detection accuracy. To evaluate the performance of LVLMs on OOC detection tasks, we fine-tune MiniGPT-4 on the NewsCLIPpings dataset, a large dataset of multimodal OOC. Our results show that fine-tuning MiniGPT-4 on the NewsCLIPpings dataset significantly improves the OOC detection accuracy in this dataset. This suggests that fine-tuning can significantly improve the performance of LVLMs on OOC detection tasks.

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