How Not to Rock the Semantic Boat

29 אוקטובר, 2018 ב- 18:45 | פורסם בראיתי-שמעתי | כתיבת תגובה

My upcoming talk at EMNLP

By Yuval Pinter

Imagine you’re building a boat, starting from a heap of parts. With each new board or screw, you make sure that it fits the adjacent parts, and that the material type is suitable for the section of the boat it’s in. But there are also bigger concerns to consider – is the new part changing the structure of the boat as a whole? Will it remain stable, or will it start rocking? Maybe there are other places where this part fits that would make more sense, but it's not even where you’re currently looking.

Screen Shot 2018-10-24 at 10.41.14 AM Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

In Natural Language Processing (NLP), some aspects of linguistic structure are like a boat. Specifically, the structure known as a semantic graph helps a wide variety of AI systems represent knowledge about the world by explicitly connecting linguistic concepts using different relations to create a massive network where each…

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