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    • An experimental study measuring human annotator categorization agreement on commonsense sentences 

      Santos, Henrique; Kejriwal, Mayank; Mulvehill, Alice; Forbush, Gretchen; McGuinness, Deborah L. (Experimental Results, 2021-06-18)
      Developing agents capable of commonsense reasoning is an important goal in Artificial Intelligence (AI) research. Because commonsense is broadly defined, a computational theory that can formally categorize the various kinds ...
    • Designing a strong test for measuring true common-sense reasoning 

      Kejriwal, Mayank; Santos, Henrique; Mulvehill, Alice; McGuinness, Deborah L. (Nature Machine Intelligence, 2022-04-22)
      Common-sense reasoning has recently emerged as an important test for artificial general intelligence, especially given the much-publicized successes of language representation models such as T5, BERT and GPT-3. Currently, ...
    • A Theoretically Grounded Benchmark for Evaluating Machine Commonsense 

      Santos, Henrique; Shen, Ke; Mulvehill, Alice M.; Razeghi, Yasaman; McGuinness, Deborah L.; Kejriwal, Mayank (arXiv, 2022-03)
      Programming machines with commonsense reasoning (CSR) abilities is a longstanding challenge in the Artificial Intelligence community. Current CSR benchmarks use multiple-choice (and in relatively fewer cases, generative) ...