Natural Language Generation: Sort of Made Clear

February 28, 2019

I don’t want to spend too much time on NGA (natural language generation). This is a free Web log. Providing the acronym should be enough of a hint.

If you are interested in the subject and can deal with wonky acronyms, you may want to read “Beyond Local Pattern Matching: Recent Advances in Machine Reading.”

Search sucks, so bright young minds want to tell you what you need to know. What if the system is only 75 to 80 percent accurate? The path is a long one, but the direction information retrieval is heading seems clear.

Stephen E Arnold, February 28, 2019

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