Commonsense Reasoning


[P] Interactive demo of a neural coreference resolution SOTA model open-source code • r/MachineLearning

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Coreference resolution is a very challenging NLP task in which you try to link mentions with real life entities. It is the basis of the Winograd Schema Challenge, a test designed to defeat the AIs who've beaten the Turing Test! Hope you like it, I definitely think there should be more interactive demo of NLP systems like this!


IBM: Response to RFI

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In order for AI systems to enhance quality of life, both personally and professionally, they must acquire broad and deep knowledge from multiple domains, learn continuously from interactions with people and environments, and support reasoned decisions. In order for AI systems to enhance humans' quality of life, both personally and professionally, they must acquire broad and deep knowledge from multiple domains, learn continuously from interactions with people and environments, and support reasoned decisions. In particular, unsupervised learning capabilities are needed to provide AI systems with common sense reasoning, methods should be developed to avoid bias and specificity in data sets, AI algorithms should be transparent and interpretable, and should be able to interact with humans in natural ways. The AI field's long-term progress depend upon many advances, including the following ones: Machine learning and reasoning: Most current AI systems use supervised learning, using massive amounts of labeled data for training.


Google's chatbot discusses the meaning of life

Daily Mail

Google researchers have developed a chatbot that can carry out a natural conversation with a human, even demonstrating common sense reasoning. Google researchers have developed a chatbot that can carry out a natural conversation with a human, even demonstrating common sense reasoning. When presented with'issues accessing vpn,' for example, the machine asked questions about the operating systems in question and the error message to eventually come to the right answer. 'We find that this straightforward model can generate simple conversations given a large conversational training dataset.



Artificial Intelligence: How Algorithms Make Systems Smart

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That's because computers are playing increasingly important roles in so many aspects of our lives. Part of the problem is that most machine learning systems don't combine reasoning with calculations. By adding reasoning to machine learning systems correlations and insights become much more useful. "Common-sense reasoning is a field of artificial intelligence that aims to help computers understand and interact with people more naturally by finding ways to collect these assumptions and teach them to computers.


Data Resources: Datasets Center for Data on the Mind

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Dataset from the U.S. Department of Education that includes various metrics on outcomes from degree-granting undergraduate institutions from 1996-2015, including student debt, college completion rates, job placement, and more


How IBM Is Building A Business Around WatsonTrue Viral News

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Paul Horn, then director of IBM Research, had been bugging Lickel to come up with an idea for the company's next "grand challenge," Big Blue's tradition of tackling incredibly tough problems just to see if they can be solved. In the beginning, the researchers experimented with rule based systems, similar to Doug Lenat's Cyc project that would answer questions based on information provided by human experts, almost the way an encyclopedia works. But where the company really sees great opportunity is by offering Watson as a service other companies and developers can access through API's in order to develop their own applications. "So Watson is not only giving answers it is also, in some cases, posing questions to human conventional wisdom."


Robots Need "Common Sense" AI to Work Out Our Uncertain World

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At the Machine Intelligence Summit in Berlin last week, Jeremy presented advances in mobile robot task planning and manipulation, with an overview of the field and examples of work from his lab, including machine vision, common sense reasoning and robotic grasping. This includes methods for task planning, manipulation, long life robots, whole body control, machine vision, and machine learning. I would also expect robot grasping in unstructured settings, such as logistics picking, to be solved, though not necessarily with the speed and reliability of humans. Jeremy Wyatt spoke at the Machine Intelligence Summit, Berlin, on 29-30 June.


Winograd Schema Challenge Results: AI Common Sense Still a Problem, for Now

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The Winograd Schema Challenge tasks computer programs with answering a specific type of simple, commonsense question called a pronoun disambiguation problem (PDP). Solving the problem means successfully determining whether each pronoun refers to Babar or to the old man. To figure out who this "he" refers to, you have to understand that giving people (or elephants) things makes them happy, and that the old man, being rich, is in a position to give Babar the thing that he wants. It was known that there were issues with the Turing test, and there were many research groups in other areas such as learning, natural language processing, and computer vision that had challenge problems, whereas we really didn't have one.


A tougher Turing Test shows that computers still have virtually no common sense

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The Winograd Schema Challenge asks computers to make sense of sentences that are ambiguous but usually simple for humans to parse. Disambiguating Winograd Schema sentences requires some common-sense understanding. Marcus, who is also the cofounder of a new AI startup, Geometric Intelligence, says it's notable that Google and Facebook did not take part in the event, even though researchers at these companies have suggested they are making major progress in natural language understanding. "It's going to come up when you start to support dialogues," says Charlie Ortiz, a senior principal researcher at Nuance, a company that makes voice recognition and voice interface software, which sponsored the Winograd Schema Challenge.