neural-vqa-attention - :question: Attention-based Visual Question Answering in Torch

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Torch implementation of an attention-based visual question answering model (Stacked Attention Networks for Image Question Answering, Yang et al., CVPR16). Intuitively, the model looks at an image, reads a question, and comes up with an answer to the question and a heatmap of where it looked in the image to answer it.

https://github.com/abhshkdz/neural-vqa-attention

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