From the sample perspective, we construct two types of negative samples to assist the training of the models, without introducing additional annotations.
To address this, we present a neural architecture adaptation method, namely Adaptation eXpert (AdaXpert), to efficiently adjust previous architectures on the growing data.
This task, however, is very challenging because an image often contains complex texts and visual information that is hard to be described comprehensively.
Typically, this requires an agent to fully understand the knowledge from the given text materials and generate correct and fluent novel paragraphs, which is very challenging in practice.
Ranked #3 on KG-to-Text Generation on AGENDA
Despite prosody is related to the linguistic information up to the discourse structure, most text-to-speech (TTS) systems only take into account that within each sentence, which makes it challenging when converting a paragraph of texts into natural and expressive speech.
no code implementations • 8 Oct 2019 • José Ignacio Orlando, Huazhu Fu, João Barbossa Breda, Karel van Keer, Deepti. R. Bathula, Andrés Diaz-Pinto, Ruogu Fang, Pheng-Ann Heng, Jeyoung Kim, Joonho Lee, Joonseok Lee, Xiaoxiao Li, Peng Liu, Shuai Lu, Balamurali Murugesan, Valery Naranjo, Sai Samarth R. Phaye, Sharath M. Shankaranarayana, Apoorva Sikka, Jaemin Son, Anton Van Den Hengel, Shujun Wang, Junyan Wu, Zifeng Wu, Guanghui Xu, Yongli Xu, Pengshuai Yin, Fei Li, Yanwu Xu, Xiulan Zhang, Hrvoje Bogunović
As part of REFUGE, we have publicly released a data set of 1200 fundus images with ground truth segmentations and clinical glaucoma labels, currently the largest existing one.
When deploying a Chinese neural text-to-speech (TTS) synthesis system, one of the challenges is to synthesize Chinese utterances with English phrases or words embedded.
Most state-of-the-art methods in VG operate in a two-stage manner, wherein the first stage an object detector is adopted to generate a set of object proposals from the input image and the second stage is simply formulated as a cross-modal matching problem that finds the best match between the language query and all region proposals.