The Schema-Guided Dialogue (SGD) dataset consists of over 20k annotated multi-domain, task-oriented conversations between a human and a virtual assistant. These conversations involve interactions with services and APIs spanning 20 domains, ranging from banks and events to media, calendar, travel, and weather. For most of these domains, the dataset contains multiple different APIs, many of which have overlapping functionalities but different interfaces, which reflects common real-world scenarios. The wide range of available annotations can be used for intent prediction, slot filling, dialogue state tracking, policy imitation learning, language generation, user simulation learning, among other tasks in large-scale virtual assistants. Besides these, the dataset has unseen domains and services in the evaluation set to quantify the performance in zero-shot or few shot settings.
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The Dialog State Tracking Challenges 2 & 3 (DSTC2&3) were research challenge focused on improving the state of the art in tracking the state of spoken dialog systems. State tracking, sometimes called belief tracking, refers to accurately estimating the user's goal as a dialog progresses. Accurate state tracking is desirable because it provides robustness to errors in speech recognition, and helps reduce ambiguity inherent in language within a temporal process like dialog. In these challenges, participants were given labelled corpora of dialogs to develop state tracking algorithms. The trackers were then evaluated on a common set of held-out dialogs, which were released, un-labelled, during a one week period.
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The WoZ 2.0 dataset is a newer dialogue state tracking dataset whose evaluation is detached from the noisy output of speech recognition systems. Similar to DSTC2, it covers the restaurant search domain and has identical evaluation.
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CoSQL is a corpus for building cross-domain, general-purpose database (DB) querying dialogue systems. It consists of 30k+ turns plus 10k+ annotated SQL queries, obtained from a Wizard-of-Oz (WOZ) collection of 3k dialogues querying 200 complex DBs spanning 138 domains. Each dialogue simulates a real-world DB query scenario with a crowd worker as a user exploring the DB and a SQL expert retrieving answers with SQL, clarifying ambiguous questions, or otherwise informing of unanswerable questions.
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CrossWOZ is the first large-scale Chinese Cross-Domain Wizard-of-Oz task-oriented dataset. It contains 6K dialogue sessions and 102K utterances for 5 domains, including hotel, restaurant, attraction, metro, and taxi. Moreover, the corpus contains rich annotation of dialogue states and dialogue acts at both user and system sides.
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Taskmaster-1 is a dialog dataset consisting of 13,215 task-based dialogs in English, including 5,507 spoken and 7,708 written dialogs created with two distinct procedures. Each conversation falls into one of six domains: ordering pizza, creating auto repair appointments, setting up ride service, ordering movie tickets, ordering coffee drinks and making restaurant reservations.
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Korean Language Understanding Evaluation (KLUE) benchmark is a series of datasets to evaluate natural language understanding capability of Korean language models. KLUE consists of 8 diverse and representative tasks, which are accessible to anyone without any restrictions. With ethical considerations in mind, we deliberately design annotation guidelines to obtain unambiguous annotations for all datasets. Furthermore, we build an evaluation system and carefully choose evaluations metrics for every task, thus establishing fair comparison across Korean language models.
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RiSAWOZ is a large-scale multi-domain Chinese Wizard-of-Oz dataset with Rich Semantic Annotations. RiSAWOZ contains 11.2K human-to-human (H2H) multi-turn semantically annotated dialogues, with more than 150K utterances spanning over 12 domains, which is larger than all previous annotated H2H conversational datasets. Both single- and multi-domain dialogues are constructed, accounting for 65% and 35%, respectively. Each dialogue is labelled with comprehensive dialogue annotations, including dialogue goal in the form of natural language description, domain, dialogue states and acts at both the user and system side. In addition to traditional dialogue annotations, it also includes linguistic annotations on discourse phenomena, e.g., ellipsis and coreference, in dialogues, which are useful for dialogue coreference and ellipsis resolution tasks.
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