MAKEBELIEVE: Using Commonsense Knowledge to Generate Stories

@inproceedings{Liu2002MAKEBELIEVEUC,
  title={MAKEBELIEVE: Using Commonsense Knowledge to Generate Stories},
  author={Hugo Liu and Push Singh},
  booktitle={AAAI/IAAI},
  year={2002}
}
Introduction This paper introduces MAKEBELIEVE, an interactive story generation agent that uses commonsense knowledge to generate short fictional texts from an initial seed story step supplied by the user. A subset of commonsense describing causality, such as the sentence “a consequence of drinking alcohol is intoxication,” is selected from the ontology of the Open Mind Commonsense Knowledge Base (Singh, 2002). Binary causal relations are extracted from these sentences and stored as crude trans… CONTINUE READING
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