neural-image-assessment - Implementation of NIMA: Neural Image Assessment in Keras

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Implementation of NIMA: Neural Image Assessment in Keras + Tensorflow with weights for MobileNet model trained on AVA dataset. NIMA assigns a Mean + Standard Deviation score to images, and can be used as a tool to automatically inspect quality of images or as a loss function to further improve the quality of generated images.

https://github.com/titu1994/neural-image-assessment

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