Adversarial Learning for Personalized Tag Recommendation

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Adversarial Learning for Personalized Tag Recommendation

By: 
Erik Quintanilla; Yogesh Rawat; Andrey Sakryukin; Mubarak Shah; Mohan Kankanhalli

We have recently seen great progress in image classification due to the success of deep convolutional neural networks and the availability of large-scale datasets. Most of the existing work focuses on single-label image classification. However, there are usually multiple tags associated with an image. The existing works on multi-label classification are mainly based on lab curated labels. Humans assign tags to their images differently, which is mainly based on their interests and personal tagging behavior. In this paper, we address the problem of personalized tag recommendation and propose an end-to-end deep network which can be trained on large-scale datasets. The user-preference is learned within the network in an unsupervised way where the network performs joint optimization for user-preference and visual encoding. A joint training of user-preference and visual encoding allows the network to efficiently integrate the visual preference with tagging behavior for a better user recommendation. In addition, we propose the use of adversarial learning, which enforces the network to predict tags resembling user-generated tags. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed model on two different large-scale and publicly available datasets, YFCC100 M and NUS-WIDE. The proposed method achieves significantly better performance on both the datasets when compared to the baselines and other state-of-the-art methods. The code is publicly available at https://github.com/vyzuer/ALTReco.

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