Keynote Lecture 2: Title of the Talk: Prof. Eduard Hovy, Carnegie Mellon University Session Chair: Prof. Pushpak Bhattacharyya - Shared screen with speaker view
Audience: pl place your questions in the chatbox. I will read them to the speaker.
How far did we come from PARRY or LUNAR or BASEBALL? Idea wise?
In the spirit of Checklist based Explainable AI sanity checks; what other checks do you see for QA systems (linguistic or otherwise)?
Prof. Hovy, I have always wondered whether we have focused on the wrong end of the QA problem. Should we not look at the semantic content of a passage and form a graph and then try to find the possible set of questions that I can answer and then find a reduct set of possible questions and then match NL questions to that.
Dear Prof, can you define/describe the latitude longitude QA problem which you mentioned briefly?
@Prof PB: There are a couple of questions on top
Dr Sunil Kumar Kopparapu
Is there an inherent assumption that there is an answer (somewhere) for the Q asked?
Thank you so much Prof. Hovy for the great talk! :)