[Solved] Python TensorFlow Error: ‘tensorflow.compat.v2.__internal__’ has no attribute ‘tf2’

This article mainly introduces Python, when using TensorFlow, execute import Keras error: AttributeError: module’tensorflow.compat.v2.__internal__’ has no attribute’tf2′ solution.

Sample code:

# Install required libs  
# NOTE: Run this one code, then restart this runtime and run again for next all... (PENTING!!!) 
### please update Albumentations to version>=0.3.0 for `Lambda` transform support
!pip install -U segmentation-models
!pip install q tensorflow==2.1
!pip install q keras==2.3.1
!pip install tensorflow-estimator==2.1.
## Imports libs
import os
os.environ [ 'CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES' ] = '0'

import cv2
import Keras
import NumPy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

Error message:

AttributeError                            Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-3-9c78a7be919d> in <module>()
      6 import cv2
----> 7 import keras
      8 import numpy as np
      9 import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
8 frames
/usr/local/lib/python3.7/dist-packages/keras/initializers/__init__.py in populate_deserializable_objects()
     48   LOCAL.ALL_OBJECTS = {}
---> 49   LOCAL.GENERATED_WITH_V2 = tf.__internal__.tf2.enabled()
     51   # Compatibility aliases (need to exist in both V1 and V2).
AttributeError: module 'tensorflow.compat.v2.__internal__' has no attribute 'tf2'


!pip install -U -q segmentation-models
!pip install -q tensorflow==2.1
!pip install -q keras==2.3.1
!pip install -q tensorflow-estimator==2.1.
## Imports libs
import os
os.environ['CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES'] = '0'
os.environ["SM_FRAMEWORK"] = "tf.keras"
from tensorflow import keras
import segmentation_models as sm

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