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DataPop: Knowledge Base Population using Distributed Voice Enabled Devices

by   Elena Montes, et al.
The University of Oklahoma

Data scientists are constantly creating methods to efficiently and accurately populate big data sets for use in large-scale applications. Many recent efforts utilize crowd-sourcing and textual interfaces. In this paper, we propose a new method of curating data; namely, creating a multi-device Amazon Alexa Skill in the form of a research trivia game. Users experience a synchronized gaming experience with other Amazon Echo users, competing against one another while filling in gaps of a connected knowledge base. This allows for full exploitation of the speed improvement offered by voice interface technology in a game-based format.


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