AttributeError: module ‘keras.utils’ has no attribute ‘get_value’ error occurs when the function get_value cannot be found within the module keras.utils.
Keras does not have a get_value function in the keras.utils module. You might be trying to use a function that doesn’t exist or has been moved to another module.
Here are a couple of suggestions to investigate the error like I did when I was using Keras on my project.
Check your Keras version
Some functions are deprecated or moved to other modules in different versions of Keras. You can check your Keras version with the following command:
import keras print(keras.__version__)
If the function was present in a different version of Keras, you might need to downgrade or upgrade your Keras version.
Use the following command to install a specific version of Keras:
pip install keras==version_number
Ensure the function name is correct. If you’re trying to get the value of a tensor, you might want to use keras.backend.get_value().
Make sure you’re importing the necessary modules and functions correctly. If the function is in a different module, you’ll need to import that module instead.
I hope this helps!