Learning from multimodal data has become a popular research topic in recent years.
Most popular goal-oriented dialogue agents are capable of understanding the conversational context.
no code implementations • • Anish Acharya, Suranjit Adhikari, Sanchit Agarwal, Vincent Auvray, Nehal Belgamwar, Arijit Biswas, Shubhra Chandra, Tagyoung Chung, Maryam Fazel-Zarandi, Raefer Gabriel, Shuyang Gao, Rahul Goel, Dilek Hakkani-Tur, Jan Jezabek, Abhay Jha, Jiun-Yu Kao, Prakash Krishnan, Peter Ku, Anuj Goyal, Chien-Wei Lin, Qing Liu, Arindam Mandal, Angeliki Metallinou, Vishal Naik, Yi Pan, Shachi Paul, Vittorio Perera, Abhishek Sethi, Minmin Shen, Nikko Strom, Eddie Wang
Finally, we evaluate our system using a typical movie ticket booking task and show that the dialogue simulator is an essential component of the system that leads to over $50\%$ improvement in turn-level action signature prediction accuracy.
Dialogue State Tracking (DST) forms a core component of automated chatbot based systems designed for specific goals like hotel, taxi reservation, tourist information, etc.
In this paper, we propose using machine reading comprehension (RC) in state tracking from two perspectives: model architectures and datasets.
In contrast to traditional state tracking methods where the dialog state is often predicted as a distribution over a closed set of all the possible slot values within an ontology, our method uses a simple attention-based neural network to point to the slot values within the conversation.
Ranked #19 on Multi-domain Dialogue State Tracking on MULTIWOZ 2.0
To fix the noisy state annotations, we use crowdsourced workers to re-annotate state and utterances based on the original utterances in the dataset.
Ranked #16 on Multi-domain Dialogue State Tracking on MULTIWOZ 2.0
This paper proposes a novel method for extractive single document summarization using K-Means clustering and Sentence Embeddings.
Typical spoken language understanding systems provide narrow semantic parses using a domain-specific ontology.