Learning to Write with Cooperative Discriminators

  title={Learning to Write with Cooperative Discriminators},
  author={Ari Holtzman and Jan Buys and Maxwell Forbes and Antoine Bosselut and David Golub and Yejin Choi},
Despite their local fluency, long-form text generated from RNNs is often generic, repetitive, and even self-contradictory. We propose a unified learning framework that collectively addresses all the above issues by composing a committee of discriminators that can guide a base RNN generator towards more globally coherent generations. More concretely, discriminators each specialize in a different principle of communication, such as Grice’s maxims, and are collectively combined with the base RNN… CONTINUE READING
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