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Teaching AI to Talk

by Michael McLaughlin

Researchers from the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence—a research organization started by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen—as well as Stanford University, the University of Washington, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst have released a dataset to helps machines engage in conversations. The dataset, called Question Answering in Context (QuAC), includes 14,000 dialogs and 100,000 questions about content in Wikipedia articles. The dataset tests how well AI models can use context, answer open-ended questions, and understand when a question is unanswerable. The researchers found that humans still significantly outperform AI models.

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