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I was wondering any examples of the following;

  • para generation: For eg, given X similar paragraphs, are you able to build a model to learn the style and generate a new para that is a paraphrase of the X paras. Similar in meaning but diff wording.

  • drawing conclusions from X given articles. He has a list of conclusions, check the X articles can provide evidence to the conclusions. Eg, given conclusion “city is not safe”, look for evidence such as “murders” and “thefts”.

Glady Appreciate, Betty

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    $\begingroup$ Welcome to AI! Could you please clarify your terms? When you say "para" , are you meaning "paragraph" or "paraphrase" or something else entirely? I'm assuming the "diff" is intended, to connote line-oriented comparison function. Apologies if my questions stem from ignorance of terms of art being utilized.) $\endgroup$ – DukeZhou Jan 3 '18 at 17:27
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Paraphrase generation would be made by an abstractive text summarization tool like Tensorflow as described in Google's blog.

Abstractive tool summarizes the text but also it adds extra words to make text more human like.

About the second problem scenario I would say the answer depends quite much what you mean by the conclusions and how you think the conclusions would be made. I strongly believe this falls in the category of artificial general intelligence, which is emerging area of AI, supported by association AGI, where the focus is on strong artificial intelligence and more human like features of AI.

Judging about conclusions at least needs a vast knowledge base of the semantics of different words and pieces of text in general combined to possible conclusions and their legitimate implications.

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