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The Winograd Schema Challenge and Reasoning about Correlation

@inproceedings{Bailey2015TheWS,
  title={The Winograd Schema Challenge and Reasoning about Correlation},
  author={Daniel Bailey and Amelia Harrison and Yuliya Lierler and Vladimir Lifschitz and Julian Michael},
  booktitle={AAAI Spring Symposia},
  year={2015}
}
  • Daniel Bailey, Amelia Harrison, +2 authors Julian Michael
  • Published in AAAI Spring Symposia 2015
  • Computer Science
  • The Winograd Schema Challenge is an alternative to the Turing Test that may provide a more meaningful measure of machine intelligence. It poses a set of coreference resolution problems that cannot be solved without human-like reasoning. In this paper, we take the view that the solution to such problems lies in establishing discourse coherence. Specifically, we examine two types of rhetorical relations that can be used to establish discourse coherence: positive and negative correlation. We… CONTINUE READING

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