A Simple Machine Learning Method for Commonsense Reasoning? A Short Commentary on Trinh & Le (2018)

1 Oct 2018 Walid S. Saba

This is a short Commentary on Trinh & Le (2018) ("A Simple Method for Commonsense Reasoning") that outlines three serious flaws in the cited paper and discusses why data-driven approaches cannot be considered as serious models for the commonsense reasoning needed in natural language understanding in general, and in reference resolution, in particular...

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