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It’s hard to reckon nice English

The title is in tribute to Raj Reddy’s classic talk about how it’s hard to wreck a nice beach. I came across interesting work on higher order and semantic dependency parsing today: Turning on the Turbo: Fast Third-Order Non-Projective Turbo Parsers. Priberam: A turbo semantic parser with second order features So I gave the software [...]

A pedagogical model by any other name

Educational technology for personalized or adaptive learning is based on various types of pedagogical models. Google provides the following info-box and link concerning pedagogical models: As described in this paper, pedagogical models are cognitive models or theoretical constructs derived from knowledge acquisition models or views about cognition and knowledge, which form the basis for learning [...]

Nice AI Video

I found the following video in a recent post by Steve DeAngelis  of Enterra Solutions: AI Systems Will Prove Useful Long Before They Become Self-Aware It’s a bit too far towards the singularity/general AI end of the spectrum for me, but nicely done and fun for many not in the field, perhaps: Enterra is an [...]