- InstructBLIP Towards General-purpose Vision-Language Models with Instruction Tuning (17 Oct 2023)
This is my reading note for InstructBLIP: Towards General-purpose Vision-Language Models with Instruction Tuning. The paper proposes an extension of blip 2 with institution tuning. This has dramatically improved the performance to unseen tasks. The method is based on query transformer, but adding the tokens from the instruction to guide the feature extraction.
- NExT-GPT Any-to-Any Multimodal LLM (16 Sep 2023)
This is my reading note for NExT-GPT: Any-to-Any Multimodal LLM. This paper proposes a multiple modality model which could takes multiple modalities as input and output in multiple modalities as well. The paper leverage existing large language model, multiple modality encoder image bind) and multiple modality diffusion model. To Amish the spice of those components, a simple linear projection is used for input and transformer to the output.
- Visual Instruction Tuning (02 Aug 2023)
This is my reading note for Visual Instruction Tuning. The paper exposes a method to train a multi-modality model - that woks like chat GPT. This is achieved by building an instruction following dataset that’s paired with images. The model is then trained on this dataset.
- Grounding Visual Illusions in Language Do Vision-Language Models Perceive Illusions Like Humans? (29 Jun 2023)
This is my reading note for Grounding Visual Illusions in Language: Do Vision-Language Models Perceive Illusions Like Humans?. This paper shows that larger model though more powerful, also more vulnerable to vision illusion as human does.
- SEED-Bench Benchmarking Multimodal LLMs with Generative Comprehension (23 Jun 2023)
This is my reading note for SEED-Bench: Benchmarking Multimodal LLMs with Generative Comprehension. This paper proposes a benchmark suite of modality LLM. It introduces how is the data created and how is the task derived. For evaluation, it utilizes the model’s output of likelihood of answers instead of directly on text answers.