Image Classification Integrated with Chatbot
To get desired information from Internet is not that easy as so lot of information available. Images are one of the important source of information and search desired image is again a difficult task. To search a desired image from the system, one can use Chatbot as interface between user and system. So, using Chatbot and image as media of communication, one can get required information from Internet. Chatbot is implemented here with image classification. Image classification is implemented to understand the type and details of image, while Chatbot is used for communication purpose. For image classification, convolutional neural network is used. As far as working is concern, when Chatbot receives images, it classifies those images and search information in database based on it and produce full description of image.
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