Sibyl is a QA engine for spoken documents developed by the TALP Research Center at UPC within the Know2 project. It is named after the delphian oracle.
Sibyl works with spoken document instead of regular written texts. In this demo, Sibyl uses a collection of speeches from the European Parliament Plenary Sessions (EPPS), including both automatic and human-made transcripts. These documents belong to the QAst testbed and are described here.
Details on the design and evaluation of Sibyl can be found in papers such as:
Sibyl, a Factoid Question-Answering System for Spoken Documents
Pere R. Comas, Jordi Turmo, Lluís Màrquez
ACM Transactions on Information Systems. August 2012
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