Deducing answers to questions from structured data

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One-minute madness at IUI 2011, the annual meeting and principal international forum for reporting outstanding research and development on intelligent user interfaces.

One-minute madness at IUI 2011, the annual meeting and principal international forum for reporting outstanding research and development on intelligent user interfaces.

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  • natural language interface that supports Question Answering and reasoning over Stanford HIV databases. HIV has complex treatment patterns, and most questions relate to information about drug resistance patterns. Stanford Databases: includes anonymized patient records, clinical trial information, ontologies of drugs, treatments, and terms. Why a reasoner : Allow users to use normal English to access information, and create a domain-theory and a reasoning component that bypasses the need for having to know specifics of the particular databases.

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  • 1. Quadri: English access to clinical databases What patients on Atripla exhibited a high viral load? PARC’s Bridge SRI’s Snark Danny Bobrow , Cleo Condoravdi. Kyle Richarson KLI/PARC, Richard Waldinger AI/SRI, Amar Das BMIR/Stanford Stanford’s HIV Databases + Other Resources