Automatic Extraction of Facts from Press Releases to Generate News Stories

  title={Automatic Extraction of Facts from Press Releases to Generate News Stories},
  author={P. Andersen and P. Hayes and S. Weinstein and Alison K. Huettner and Linda M. Schmandt and Irene B. Nirenburg},
  • P. Andersen, P. Hayes, +3 authors Irene B. Nirenburg
  • Published in ANLP 1992
  • Computer Science
  • While complete understanding of arbitrary input text remains in the future, it is currently possible to construct natural language processing systems that provide a partial understanding of text with limited accuracy. Moreover, such systems can provide cost-effective solutions to commercially-significant business problems. This paper describes one such system: JASPER. JASPER is a fact extraction system recently developed and deployed by Carnegie Group for Reuters Ltd. JASPER uses a template… CONTINUE READING
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