Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2202.00436

June 20, 2022, 1:11 a.m. | Jiayao Zhang, Hongming Zhang, Weijie J. Su, Dan Roth

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Commonsense causality reasoning (CCR) aims at identifying plausible causes
and effects in natural language descriptions that are deemed reasonable by an
average person. Although being of great academic and practical interest, this
problem is still shadowed by the lack of a well-posed theoretical framework;
existing work usually relies on deep language models wholeheartedly, and is
potentially susceptible to confounding co-occurrences. Motivated by classical
causal principles, we articulate the central question of CCR and draw parallels
between human subjects in observational …

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