A Kids' Open Mind Common Sense

@inproceedings{Bosch2010AKO,
  title={A Kids' Open Mind Common Sense},
  author={Antal van den Bosch and Pim Nauts and Nienke Eckhardt},
  booktitle={AAAI Fall Symposium: Commonsense Knowledge},
  year={2010}
}
We propose a collaborative approach to the issue of resource creation for commonsense computing by developing a collaboratory application aimed at children. Human validation is enabled through a game-with-a-purpose (GWAP) interface, gathering reliability judgements of assertions that can be used to aid the process of resource validation. Our experiments confirm that children aged 10 to 12 can be valuable and reliable partners in building commonsense databases, due to their stage of mental… CONTINUE READING

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