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Metrics of games-with-a-purpose for NLP applications

@inproceedings{Chamberlain2017MetricsOG,
  title={Metrics of games-with-a-purpose for NLP applications},
  author={Jon Chamberlain and R. Bartle and Udo Kruschwitz and Chris Madge and Massimo Poesio},
  year={2017}
}
A Game-With-A-Purpose (GWAP) approach is a promising way to collect data on a large scale but its adoption for NLP annotation projects has been slow. In this paper, we propose evaluation metrics adapted from free-to-play (F2P) games to help understand what makes games successful for NLP applications. 1 Games for Natural Language Processing (NLP) A GWAP approach is seen as one of the most promising ways to collect annotations on a large scale for Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications in… Expand
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