Distilling Task Knowledge from How-To Communities

@inproceedings{Chu2017DistillingTK,
  title={Distilling Task Knowledge from How-To Communities},
  author={Cuong Xuan Chu and Niket Tandon and Gerhard Weikum},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2017}
}
Knowledge graphs have become a fundamental asset for search engines. A fair amount of user queries seek information on problem-solving tasks such as building a fence or repairing a bicycle. However, knowledge graphs completely lack this kind of how-to knowledge. This paper presents a method for automatically constructing a formal knowledge base on tasks and task-solving steps, by tapping the contents of online communities such as WikiHow. We employ Open-IE techniques to extract noisy candidates… CONTINUE READING

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