Corpus ID: 13510313

mAnI: Movie Amalgamation using Neural Imitation

@article{Panwar2017mAnIMA,
  title={mAnI: Movie Amalgamation using Neural Imitation},
  author={Naveen Panwar and Shreya Khare and Neelamadhav Gantayat and Rahul Aralikatte and Senthil Mani and A. Sankaran},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1708.04923}
}
Cross-modal data retrieval has been the basis of various creative tasks performed by Artificial Intelligence (AI). One such highly challenging task for AI is to convert a book into its corresponding movie, which most of the creative film makers do as of today. In this research, we take the first step towards it by visualizing the content of a book using its corresponding movie visuals. Given a set of sentences from a book or even a fan-fiction written in the same universe, we employ deep… Expand

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