Creating Expert Knowledge by Relying on Language Learners: a Generic Approach for Mass-Producing Language Resources by Combining Implicit Crowdsourcing and Language Learning

LREC 2020 Lionel NicolasVerena LydingClaudia BorgCorina ForascuKar{\"e}n FortKaterina ZdravkovaIztok KosemJaka {\v{C}}ibej{\v{S}}pela Arhar HoldtAlice MillourAlex K{\"o}nigerChristos RodosthenousFederico SangatiUmair ul HassanAnisia KatinskaiaAnabela BarreiroLavinia AparaschiveiYaakov HaCohen-Kerner

We introduce in this paper a generic approach to combine implicit crowdsourcing and language learning in order to mass-produce language resources (LRs) for any language for which a crowd of language learners can be involved. We present the approach by explaining its core paradigm that consists in pairing specific types of LRs with specific exercises, by detailing both its strengths and challenges, and by discussing how much these challenges have been addressed at present... (read more)

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