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CommonGen: A Constrained Text Generation Dataset Towards Generative Commonsense Reasoning

@article{Lin2019CommonGenAC,
  title={CommonGen: A Constrained Text Generation Dataset Towards Generative Commonsense Reasoning},
  author={Bill Yuchen Lin and Minghan Shen and Yu Xing and P. Zhou and X. Ren},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1911.03705}
}
Rational humans can generate sentences that cover a certain set of concepts while describing natural and common scenes. For example, given {apple(noun), tree(noun), pick(verb)}, humans can easily come up with scenes like "a boy is picking an apple from a tree" via their generative commonsense reasoning ability. However, we find this capacity has not been well learned by machines. Most prior works in machine commonsense focus on discriminative reasoning tasks with a multi-choice question… Expand
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