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Sapienza U & OpenAI Propose Explanatory Learning to Enable Machines to Understand and Create Explanations

The explanatory power of human language has been essential to the evolution of human beings, as it enables us to accurately predict a multitude of phenomena without going through a multitude of potentially painful discovery processes. Is it possible to endow machines with similar abilities?




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