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Conversational GenAI for argument analysis

History: making thinking visible As you can tell from a quick scan of my site, I’ve spent a lot of time fascinated by how computers can make thinking visible (books Visualizing Argumentation and Knowledge Cartography), plus many papers and blog posts (on Argument Mapping and Dialogue Mapping), using experimental open source  software we built (such as Compendium and Cohere). A big picture account can […]

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