summaery2019: Projects

Conversational Argument Search

Project information

submitted by
Johannes Kiesel

Co-Authors
Ademola Adewumi, Alban Bruder, Joel Chukwuebuka, Maximilian Kullmann, Sebastian Reichmann

Mentors
Johannes Kiesel, Lars Meyer, Benno Stein

Faculty:
Media

Degree programme:
Computer Science and Media (Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)),
Computer Science and Media (english) (Master of Science (M.Sc.)),
Human-Computer Interaction (Master of Science (M.Sc.))

Type of project presentation
Research project

Semester
Summer semester 2020


Project description

Millions of arguments are shared on the web. Future informationsystems will be able to exploit this valuable knowledge source and to retrieve arguments relevant and convincing to our specific need—all with an interface as intuitive as asking your friend "Why...?". In this project, we want to take the next step towards such an informationsystem.

We employ our service args.me, which is the world-first argument search engine, and enrich it with an intuitive voice interface. We present here a first proof-of-concept demo that allows to ask for arguments, have them read, and switch result pages.

Demo: voice.args.me

Email: johannes.kiesel[at]uni-weimar.de

Exhibition Location / Event Location

  • – ONLINE –, https://voice.args.me