Does it Make Sense? And Why? A Pilot Study for Sense Making and Explanation

@inproceedings{Wang2019DoesIM,
  title={Does it Make Sense? And Why? A Pilot Study for Sense Making and Explanation},
  author={Cunxiang Wang and Shuailong Liang and Yue Zhang and Xiaonan Li and Tian Gao},
  booktitle={ACL},
  year={2019}
}
Introducing common sense to natural language understanding systems has received increasing research attention. It remains a fundamental question on how to evaluate whether a system has a sense making capability. Existing benchmarks measures commonsense knowledge indirectly and without explanation. In this paper, we release a benchmark to directly test whether a system can differentiate natural language statements that make sense from those that do not make sense. In addition, a system is asked… CONTINUE READING
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