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Adrian Walker commented on Vincent Granville's blog post 11 Great Articles About Natural Language Processing (NLP)
Jan 11
Adrian Walker commented on steve miller's blog post a Little SQL with a Little R
"Your nephew may be interested in the online Executable English system.  It automatically generates SQL that would be too complex to write reliably by hand, and it gives English explanations of results.   Here's a short paper:…"
Jan 2
Adrian Walker commented on Mehmet Gökce's blog post An Overview of Business Problems and Data Science Solutions — Part 2
"Data understanding and business understanding can be coupled robustly by writing data apps in Executable English. Each app can then explain its results with a human readable audit trail showing its reasoning steps all the way to the data that is…"
Nov 1, 2018

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Trusting AI

Posted on September 29, 2016 at 11:30am 0 Comments

As the current wave of Artificial Intelligence apps continue to gain routine use, do we really trust them?

If not, here's a way of improving trust.  Write the apps in Executable English [1], so that they can explain their results and actions at the end user level.

What other approaches are there?

[1]  …

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Social Media for App Capture and Question Answering in Open Vocabulary Executable English over Web Databases.

Posted on July 21, 2014 at 3:03pm 0 Comments

Imagine government and other web sites answering an open ended collection of English questions, and also explaining the answers in English.  Imagine people socially networking, Wikipedia-style, to continually expand the range of questions that can be answered.



The approach starts from the observation that data by itself is necessary, but not enough, for many practical uses of an intranet or the Web.



What's also needed is knowledge about how to use the data to answer an ever…

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