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Lucas Anastasiou

KMi, Open University

 Lucas Anastasiou
Computational argumentation methods to improve sensemaking and evidence-based reasoning in online deliberation systems
This event took place on Wednesday 25 March 2020 at 11:50

Efficient online deliberation processes are crucially important for large organisations to deliver more inclusive, legitimate, and implementable decisions. Integrating argumentation technologies aided by means of computational argumentation mining in these processes is offering the promise of reasoned opinions, enhanced participants' Sensemaking and improvement of the overall quality of the debate. In this work, we examine ways of how exactly Argumentation Mining technologies can be used in this context, applying, for instance, argumentation mining outputs for the generation of automated summarisation reports of a debate.

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