Understanding text generation
Our access to various services gradually evolves to become technology-driven rather than human-driven. Try to think of the last time you contacted the call center of a company, where an automated system probably answered your call. Replacing the human factor presents many competitive advantages in terms of cost and availability. However, these systems do not fully incorporate the communicative behaviors humans use and therefore are limited in reaching their full potential. The effort, in any case, is to create machines that are increasingly adept at sounding human and can pass the Turing test, which has long been a benchmark for machine intelligence.
In 1950, the ingenious computer scientist Alan Turing introduced a test to check whether a machine can consistently fool an interviewer into believing it is a human. Today, the test refers to a more general behavioral benchmark for the presence of intelligence.
Natural language generation...