The DARPA Machine Reading Program - Encouraging Linguistic and Reasoning Research with a Series of Reading Tasks

@inproceedings{Strassel2010TheDM,
  title={The DARPA Machine Reading Program - Encouraging Linguistic and Reasoning Research with a Series of Reading Tasks},
  author={Stephanie Strassel and Dan Adams and Henry Goldberg and Jonathan Herr and Ron Keesing and Daniel Oblinger and Heather Simpson and Robert Schrag and Jonathan Wright},
  booktitle={LREC},
  year={2010}
}
The goal of DARPA’s Machine Reading (MR) program is nothing less than making the world’s natural language corpora available for formal processing. Most text processing research has focused on locating mission-relevant text (information retrieval) and on techniques for enriching text by transforming it to other forms of text (translation, summarization) – always for use by humans. In contrast, MR will make knowledge contained in text available in forms that machines can use for automated… CONTINUE READING
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