An Intelligent Chatbot Utilizing BERT Model and Knowledge Graph
As artificial intelligence is actively studied, it is being applied to various fields such as image, video and natural language processing. The natural language processing, in particular, is being studied to enable computers to understand the languages spoken and spoken by people and is considered one of the most important areas in artificial intelligence technology. In natural language processing, it is a complex, but important to make computers learn to understand a person’s common sense and generate results based on the person’s common sense. Knowledge graphs, which are linked using the relationship of words, have the advantage of being able to learn common sense easily from computers. However, the existing knowledge graphs are organized only by focusing on specific languages and fields and have limitations that cannot respond to neologisms. In this paper, we propose an intelligent chatbotsystem that collects and analyzed data in real time to build an automatically scalable knowledge graph and utilizes it as the base data. In particular, the fine-tuned BERT-based for relation extraction is to be applied to auto-growing graph to improve performance. And, we have developed a chatbot that can learn human common sense using auto-growing knowledge graph, it verifies the availability and performance of the knowledge graph.
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