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From: Adam Sobieski <adamsobieski@hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2021 19:24:19 +0000
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Argumentation Community Group,

I am pleased to share with you a new proposal for a Wikimedia project: Wikianswers. The project intends to integrate artificial intelligence question-answering systems with a wiki question-and-answer platform.

Like similar projects, users will receive one or more answers to their questions from artificial intelligence question-answering systems, but, unlike other projects, they will subsequently be able to edit those answers, as well as any provided explanations and argumentation, per wiki technology. User-corrected content could later be utilized to retrain the question-answering systems, resulting in continual improvement.

The proposed project showcases why explanation and argumentation are essential for next-generation question-answering systems. Question-and-answer platforms can collate argued answers from multiple question-answering systems and multiple decision-making systems can decide which answer is correct from the set of argued answers.

While the proposed project can provide users with argued answers across various question domains, a scenario of interest to me is that of moral question answering. I hope that this scenario is also of some interest to you.

The hyperlink to the project proposal: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikianswers .

Thank you for any ideas, comments, questions, or suggestions with which to improve the project proposal.

Best regards,
Adam Sobieski
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