Linked Data Games: Simulating Human Association with Linked Data

  • Hees J
  • Roth-Berghofer T
  • Dengel A
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Abstract

Teaching machines to understand human com- munication is one of the central goals of arti- ficial intelligence. Psychological research in- dicates that human associations are an essen- tial requirement to understand human commu- nication. In this paper the hypothesis is pre- sented that simulating human associations with the help of Linked Data could improve text un- derstanding capabilities of machines. To inves- tigate whether human associations can be sim- ulated with Linked Data, two preliminary prob- lems are identified: (i) A reasonable ground truth for human associations is lacking and (ii) hu- man associations have different strengths while Linked Data treats all triples equally and does not provide edge weights. To overcome these prob- lems, two ideas for web games in accordance with Luis von Ahn’s Games with a Purpose are proposed trying to turn the tedious acquisition processes into fun games. The resulting datasets are then to be used for quantitative comparisons of human associations and Linked Data.

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  • Jörn Hees

  • Thomas Roth-Berghofer

  • Andreas Dengel

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