TED-Q: TED Talks and the Questions they Evoke

LREC 2020 Matthijs WesteraLaia MayolHannah Rohde

We present a new dataset of TED-talks annotated with the questions they evoke and, where available, the answers to these questions. Evoked questions represent a hitherto mostly unexplored type of linguistic data, which promises to open up important new lines of research, especially related to the Question Under Discussion (QUD)-based approach to discourse structure... (read more)

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