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According to a nice article by Sebastian Ruder https://ruder.io/4-biggest-open-problems-in-nlp/ based on answers from top NLP researchers https://docs.google.com/document/d/18NoNdArdzDLJFQGBMVMsQ-iLOowP1XXDaSVRmYN0IyM/edit Natural language understanding NLP for low-resource scenarios Reasoning about large or multiple documents Datasets, problems, and ...


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Interpreted languages allow for a faster development cycle, as they don't require time for compilation, and fragments can often be run without having a complete program. They often also have fewer constraints for variable declaration or typing. That means they can be used to quickly scope out a problem and try different solutions. The drawback is the slower ...


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Dempster-Shafer Theory was studied fairly seriously in AI through the 70's and 80's. However, Dempster-Shafer theory has some serious shortcomings, that will cause an agent that uses it to make irrational decisions. These were uncovered by Pearl and others in the 80's, with more problems emerging in later years. See Cheeseman for a summary of the arguments ...


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