How to Solve the Modulenotfounderror: no module named ‘tensorflow_hub’

In this TensorFlow tutorial, I will show you how to fix the error Modulenotfounderror: no module named ‘tensorflow_hub,’.

In my project, I used some pre-trained models from the tensorflow_hub library. When I reran my project, an error appeared; I researched the error and found the solution.

In this tutorial, I explained different reasons that can cause that error and provided the solution to each.

Let’s see how to fix the error,

Modulenotfounderror: no module named ‘tensorflow_hub’

This error message, Modulenotfounderror: no module named ‘tensorflow_hub’, indicates that the ‘tenorflow_hub’ module doesn’t exist in your environment.

The ‘tensorflow_hub’ is a library or repository that contains trained machine learning models that anyone can fine-tune and deploy anywhere. It is used for reusable machine-learning models in TensorFlow.

I got this error when I executed the below code.

import tensorflow_hub as t_hub
Modulenotfounderror no module named 'tensorflow_hub'

Look at the output; the error appears. One reason behind this error is that the tensorflow_hub library doesn’t exist in your current environment.

So, the solution is to install the tensorflow_hub library.

To install the library, use the code below in your command prompt or terminal.

pip install tensorflow_hub

If you are using the jupyter notebook, you can use the code below.

!pip install tensorflow_hub
Solution to Modulenotfounderror no module named 'tensorflow_hub'

When executing the command in the Jupyter Notebook to install tensorflow_hub, the output looks like the above picture, which indicates that tensorflow_hub-0.16.1 was successfully installed.

Now, after installing tensorflow_hub, import it again.

import tensorflow_hub as t_hub

print(t_hub)
Solution to Modulenotfounderror no module named 'tensorflow_hub' importing tensorflow_hub

After installing, you can successfully import and use the tensorflow_hub library in your environment.

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I want to mention that if you still see that error after installing tensorflow_hub, the reason for that kind of error is that you have installed a different Python version in your current environment.

To resolve that error, ensure you have only installed a specific version of Python in your environment; if you have multiple versions of Python installed, uninstall the version you don’t need anymore.

An alternate solution is to create a separate environment and then, in that environment, install the tensorflow_hub.

Also, if you use multiple environments, use the code below and replace ‘python’ with whichever Python interpreter you want.

python -m pip install --upgrade tensorflow-hub

Lastly, if you are an Anaconda user, view whether you have installed tensorflow_hub by executing the command below.

cond list

Then, execute the command below to install the tensorflow_hub.

pip install tensorflow_hub

After following the above solution, you can install and use the tensorflow_hub library without getting any error.

I hope you understand how to fix the error ‘Modulenotfounderror: no module named ‘tensorflow_hub,’.

Conclusion

In this TensorFlow tutorial, you learned how to fix the error Modulenotfounderror: no module named ‘tensorflow_hub’.

You found that the reason behind this error is the absence of the tensorflow_hub library in your environment, and then you learned how to install this library.

Also, learned how to fix this error if you have installed multiple versions of Python in your current environment. Additionally, you learned how to fix this error in an anaconda environment.

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