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I don't know how good they are, but Dylan's Candy Bar has a chain of candy shops in various cities.
Dylan's Candy Bar is a great brand of candy
[ "I love candy, what's a good brand?" ]
Dylan's Candy Bar is a chain of boutique candy shops and candy supplier currently located in New York City; East Hampton, New York; Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami Beach, as well as in wholesale venues around the globe.
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I don't know, really, but they also are a supplier of candy.
Dylan's Candy Bar is a candy supplier
[ "I love candy, what's a good brand?", "I don't know how good they are, but Dylan's Candy Bar has a chain of candy shops in various cities.", "Oh, they do? What kind of candy do they sell?" ]
Dylan's Candy Bar is a chain of boutique candy shops and candy supplier currently located in New York City; East Hampton, New York; Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami Beach, as well as in wholesale venues around the globe.
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It stocks over 7,000 candies from across the world.
it stocks over 7000 candies from across the world
[ "I love candy, what's a good brand?", "I don't know how good they are, but Dylan's Candy Bar has a chain of candy shops in various cities.", "Oh, they do? What kind of candy do they sell?", "I don't know, really, but they also are a supplier of candy.", "Oh I see, what kind of candy do they offer?" ]
It stocks 7,000 candies from around the world.
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I couldn't really say, but they're owned by the daughter of Ralph Lauren, Dylan Lauren.
yes and t is owned by Dylan Lauren, daughter of fashion designer Ralph Lauren.
[ "I love candy, what's a good brand?", "I don't know how good they are, but Dylan's Candy Bar has a chain of candy shops in various cities.", "Oh, they do? What kind of candy do they sell?", "I don't know, really, but they also are a supplier of candy.", "Oh I see, what kind of candy do they offer?", "It stocks over 7,000 candies from across the world.", "I see, do they have nougat? I love nougat!" ]
It is owned by Dylan Lauren, daughter of fashion designer Ralph Lauren.
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What about consuming meat before your workout? In ancient Greece, athletes were told to consume a lot of meat and wine
I'm with you. I do the same! I like to pretend I'm some sort of Greek warrior when I do it and then go train.. because athletes in ancient Greece were told to consume large amounts of meat and wine when training, haha.
[ "I like to drink protein shakes before my workout." ]
Athletes in ancient Greece were advised to consume large quantities of meat and wine.
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Do you eat meat to increase your strength and stamina ? Athletes have used a number of tonics and concoctions to try to increase stamina and strength
You know how it is, people will take anything if they're led to believe it helps them at all. People have taken herbal concoctions and tonics before--strong men/athletes--since ancient times, and this includes all cultures, just because they want an edge in strength/stamina.
[ "I like to drink protein shakes before my workout.", "What about consuming meat before your workout? In ancient Greece, athletes were told to consume a lot of meat and wine", "I try eating meat as well, it totally makes sense! The meat but not really the wine!" ]
A number of herbal concoctions and tonics have been used by strong men and athletes since ancient times across cultures to try to increase their strength and stamina.
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Speaking of bodybuilders, did you know that the first modern bodybuilder is widely considered to be Eugen Sandow?
But you have some smart, logical visionaries in there, too. Like back in the 1910s, you had Eugen Sandow, one of the first to be considered a modern bodybuilder--he advocated everyone in the Western part of the world to simply use dietary control to help out your muscle growth. Common sense does come around sometimes.
[ "I like to drink protein shakes before my workout.", "What about consuming meat before your workout? In ancient Greece, athletes were told to consume a lot of meat and wine", "I try eating meat as well, it totally makes sense! The meat but not really the wine!", "Do you eat meat to increase your strength and stamina ? Athletes have used a number of tonics and concoctions to try to increase stamina and strength", "Yes, I want to be a bodybuilder" ]
In the 1910s, Eugen Sandow, widely considered to be the first modern bodybuilder in the West, advocated the use of dietary control to enhance muscle growth.
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Well, I can tell you about Earle Liederman, who advocated the use of beef extract t enhance muscle recovery
But then you'd have people like bodybuilder Earle Liederman saying we needed to use ''beef juice'' and ''beef extract'' to enhance muscle recovery. So, it's hit or miss.
[ "I like to drink protein shakes before my workout.", "What about consuming meat before your workout? In ancient Greece, athletes were told to consume a lot of meat and wine", "I try eating meat as well, it totally makes sense! The meat but not really the wine!", "Do you eat meat to increase your strength and stamina ? Athletes have used a number of tonics and concoctions to try to increase stamina and strength", "Yes, I want to be a bodybuilder", "Speaking of bodybuilders, did you know that the first modern bodybuilder is widely considered to be Eugen Sandow?", "I have never heard of him, what are some other bodybuilders ?" ]
Later, bodybuilder Earle Liederman advocated the use of ''beef juice'' or ''beef extract'' (basically, consomme) as a way to enhance muscle recovery.
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Speaking of protein, did you know that egg-based protein powders began to be popularized by Irvin P. Johnson in the 1950s
There may be some reasoning to it. I guess if it's not harmful, what's the worst that could happen, right? Irvin P. Johnson, a competitive bodybuilder from the 1950s, around the time when that stuff was becoming really popular, he popularized egg-based protein powders. Probably not far off from what we see now. And then since the '70s and '80s, the market has just increased dramatically for bodybuilding supplements.
[ "I like to drink protein shakes before my workout.", "What about consuming meat before your workout? In ancient Greece, athletes were told to consume a lot of meat and wine", "I try eating meat as well, it totally makes sense! The meat but not really the wine!", "Do you eat meat to increase your strength and stamina ? Athletes have used a number of tonics and concoctions to try to increase stamina and strength", "Yes, I want to be a bodybuilder", "Speaking of bodybuilders, did you know that the first modern bodybuilder is widely considered to be Eugen Sandow?", "I have never heard of him, what are some other bodybuilders ?", "Well, I can tell you about Earle Liederman, who advocated the use of beef extract t enhance muscle recovery", "I guess that would be some concentrated protein.." ]
In 1950s with recreational and competitive bodybuilding becoming increasingly popular Irvin P. Johnson began to popularize and market egg-based protein powders marketed specifically at bodybuilders and physical athletes.
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Well, that's cool. It is between yellow and blue on the visible spectrum.
Green is great! it is between blue and yellow on the visible spectrum.
[ "My favorite color is green. I love Money, green lights when i am driving, and the color of plants. Green is fantastic!!!" ]
Green is the color between blue and yellow on the visible spectrum.
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The dominant wavelength of green is around 495570 nm.
I have read it has a dominant wavelength of roughly 495570 nm.
[ "My favorite color is green. I love Money, green lights when i am driving, and the color of plants. Green is fantastic!!!", "Well, that's cool. It is between yellow and blue on the visible spectrum.", "Yes it is. It is also the color of Emeralds, and sometimes the color of camouflage." ]
It is evoked by light which has a dominant wavelength of roughly 495570 nm.
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Many creatures have adapted to their green environments by using green to blend in.
[ "My favorite color is green. I love Money, green lights when i am driving, and the color of plants. Green is fantastic!!!", "Well, that's cool. It is between yellow and blue on the visible spectrum.", "Yes it is. It is also the color of Emeralds, and sometimes the color of camouflage.", "The dominant wavelength of green is around 495570 nm.", "Hmmm that is very interesting. It is also the national color of Ireland, the dress that the Mona Lisa is wearing, the benches in the british house of commons, and the color of the banner of Islam." ]
Many creatures have adapted to their green environments by taking on a green hue themselves as camouflage.
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Thanks for the information. Did you know that in the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance, green was associated with bankers and merchants?
green was the color commonly associated with merchants, bankers. So it was a color of the common man.
[ "My favorite color is green. I love Money, green lights when i am driving, and the color of plants. Green is fantastic!!!", "Well, that's cool. It is between yellow and blue on the visible spectrum.", "Yes it is. It is also the color of Emeralds, and sometimes the color of camouflage.", "The dominant wavelength of green is around 495570 nm.", "Hmmm that is very interesting. It is also the national color of Ireland, the dress that the Mona Lisa is wearing, the benches in the british house of commons, and the color of the banner of Islam.", "Many creatures have adapted to their green environments by using green to blend in.", "Yes, that is camouflage. It is the color most closely associated with spring, nature, health, youth, hope and envy. i love green. It is so versatile." ]
In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, green was the color commonly associated with merchants, bankers and the gentry, while red was reserved for the nobility.
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By far, though, the largest contributor to green in nature is chlorophyl.
By far though the largest contributor to green in nature is chlorophyl
[ "My favorite color is green. I love Money, green lights when i am driving, and the color of plants. Green is fantastic!!!", "Well, that's cool. It is between yellow and blue on the visible spectrum.", "Yes it is. It is also the color of Emeralds, and sometimes the color of camouflage.", "The dominant wavelength of green is around 495570 nm.", "Hmmm that is very interesting. It is also the national color of Ireland, the dress that the Mona Lisa is wearing, the benches in the british house of commons, and the color of the banner of Islam.", "Many creatures have adapted to their green environments by using green to blend in.", "Yes, that is camouflage. It is the color most closely associated with spring, nature, health, youth, hope and envy. i love green. It is so versatile.", "Thanks for the information. Did you know that in the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance, green was associated with bankers and merchants?", "That makes sense! Here in the good old USA, it is the color of the Green party, who is associated with advocating environmental protection and social justice." ]
By far the largest contributor to green in nature is chlorophyll, the chemical by which plants photosynthesize and convert sunlight into chemical energy.
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And to just think; the first match of American football was played on November 6, 1869!
[ "It's almost the best time of year. the first kickoff of American Football season." ]
The first match of American football was played on November 6, 1869, between two college teams, Rutgers and Princeton, under rules based on the association football rules of the time.
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The first match was between Rutgers and Princeton.
[ "It's almost the best time of year. the first kickoff of American Football season.", "And to just think; the first match of American football was played on November 6, 1869!", "I'm sure it's a complete different game then it is today. The year the Detroit Lions will win the super bowl." ]
The first match of American football was played on November 6, 1869, between two college teams, Rutgers and Princeton, under rules based on the association football rules of the time.
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They were college teams then too.
[ "It's almost the best time of year. the first kickoff of American Football season.", "And to just think; the first match of American football was played on November 6, 1869!", "I'm sure it's a complete different game then it is today. The year the Detroit Lions will win the super bowl.", "The first match was between Rutgers and Princeton.", "Strange now those are college teams and not NFL" ]
The first match of American football was played on November 6, 1869, between two college teams, Rutgers and Princeton, under rules based on the association football rules of the time.
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I don't know. I do know that the sport evolved from rugby and association football.
That's a great question. I don't know. I do know that the sport evolved from rugby and association football.
[ "It's almost the best time of year. the first kickoff of American Football season.", "And to just think; the first match of American football was played on November 6, 1869!", "I'm sure it's a complete different game then it is today. The year the Detroit Lions will win the super bowl.", "The first match was between Rutgers and Princeton.", "Strange now those are college teams and not NFL", "They were college teams then too.", "Any clue when the NFL started?" ]
American football evolved in the United States, originating from the sports of association football and rugby football.
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Rugby is very popular in Northern England.
Rugby is very popular in England.
[ "It's almost the best time of year. the first kickoff of American Football season.", "And to just think; the first match of American football was played on November 6, 1869!", "I'm sure it's a complete different game then it is today. The year the Detroit Lions will win the super bowl.", "The first match was between Rutgers and Princeton.", "Strange now those are college teams and not NFL", "They were college teams then too.", "Any clue when the NFL started?", "I don't know. I do know that the sport evolved from rugby and association football.", "I can see the similarities. I love rugby. I wish it was more popular here." ]
Rugby league is played across England but is most popular in Northern England, especially Yorkshire and Lancashire where the game originated.
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I don't play any, but I do know about game design. It involves applying aesthetics and design to create a game.
I do any I make them. Game Design is the art of applying design and aesthetics to create a game
[ "I design video games for a living. Do you play any video games?" ]
Game Design is the art of applying design and aesthetics to create a game for entertainment or for educational, exercise, or experimental purposes.
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Nice, did you know that elements of game design can also be applied to other interactions?
Same and Increasingly, elements and principles of game design are also applied to other interactions
[ "I design video games for a living. Do you play any video games?", "I don't play any, but I do know about game design. It involves applying aesthetics and design to create a game.", "Yes! I enjoy making sports and strategy games. I love the way players caninteract on a sports game in a simulated environment." ]
Increasingly, elements and principles of game design are also applied to other interactions, particularly virtual ones (see gamification).
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From what I heard Game design creates goals, rules and challenges to define a board game.
From what i heard Game design creates goals, rules and challenges to define a board game
[ "I design video games for a living. Do you play any video games?", "I don't play any, but I do know about game design. It involves applying aesthetics and design to create a game.", "Yes! I enjoy making sports and strategy games. I love the way players caninteract on a sports game in a simulated environment.", "Nice, did you know that elements of game design can also be applied to other interactions?", "Yes! In-game interaction is very important. I find that clients also are very interesting in designing games with ''character free-roaming'' abilities." ]
Game design creates goals, rules and challenges to define a board game, card game, dice game, casino game, role-playing game, sport, video game, war game or simulation that produces desirable interactions among its participants and, possibly, spectators.
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Well, Academically, game design is part of game studies
Well Academically, game design is part of game studies
[ "I design video games for a living. Do you play any video games?", "I don't play any, but I do know about game design. It involves applying aesthetics and design to create a game.", "Yes! I enjoy making sports and strategy games. I love the way players caninteract on a sports game in a simulated environment.", "Nice, did you know that elements of game design can also be applied to other interactions?", "Yes! In-game interaction is very important. I find that clients also are very interesting in designing games with ''character free-roaming'' abilities.", "From what I heard Game design creates goals, rules and challenges to define a board game.", "Correct. Goals have to be established for the player. Incentive is important to keep people playing!" ]
Academically, game design is part of game studies, while game theory studies strategic decision making (primarily in non-game situations).
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I do know some facts about them, for example, Guns N' Roses has 6 studio albums and has sold more than 100 million records around the globe.
I have! They released six studio albums, accumulating sales of more than 100 million records worldwide, including 45 million in the United States, making them the 41st best-selling artist of all time.; that's amazing!
[ "Have you heard of the band Guns N' Roses?" ]
Guns N' Roses has released six studio albums, accumulating sales of more than 100 million records worldwide, including 45 million in the United States, making them the 41st best-selling artist of all time.
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Have you heard about their twin albums debuted at 1991? They have sold 35 million copies combined.
Yeah! It was cool to hear that their twin albums ''Use Your Illusion I'' and ''Use Your Illusion II'' (1991) debuted at number two and number one on the ''Billboard'' 200 respectively and have sold a combined 35 million copies worldwide, including 14 million units in the United States.
[ "Have you heard of the band Guns N' Roses?", "I do know some facts about them, for example, Guns N' Roses has 6 studio albums and has sold more than 100 million records around the globe.", "It is amazing. They formed in 1985 in Las Angeles, Ca." ]
The twin albums ''Use Your Illusion I'' and ''Use Your Illusion II'' (1991) debuted at number two and number one on the ''Billboard'' 200 respectively and have sold a combined 35 million copies worldwide, including 14 million units in the United States.
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Awesome. Did you hear that ''Sweet Child o' Mine'' is the band's only single to reach number one on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100?
Oh wow! Awesomeness. Did you hear that ''Sweet Child o' Mine'', the band's only single to reach number one on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100.
[ "Have you heard of the band Guns N' Roses?", "I do know some facts about them, for example, Guns N' Roses has 6 studio albums and has sold more than 100 million records around the globe.", "It is amazing. They formed in 1985 in Las Angeles, Ca.", "Have you heard about their twin albums debuted at 1991? They have sold 35 million copies combined.", "I love those albums. Their debut album, ''Appetite for Destruction'' in 1987 reached number one on the ''Billboard'' 200 a year after its release." ]
Guns N' Roses' debut album, ''Appetite for Destruction'' (1987), reached number one on the ''Billboard'' 200 a year after its release, on the strength of ''Sweet Child o' Mine'', the band's only single to reach number one on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100.
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When rereleased, in 1989, it reached number six on the UK Singles Chart.
When eereleased in 1989, it reached number six on the UK Singles Chart.
[ "Have you heard of the band Guns N' Roses?", "I do know some facts about them, for example, Guns N' Roses has 6 studio albums and has sold more than 100 million records around the globe.", "It is amazing. They formed in 1985 in Las Angeles, Ca.", "Have you heard about their twin albums debuted at 1991? They have sold 35 million copies combined.", "I love those albums. Their debut album, ''Appetite for Destruction'' in 1987 reached number one on the ''Billboard'' 200 a year after its release.", "Awesome. Did you hear that ''Sweet Child o' Mine'' is the band's only single to reach number one on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100?", "Yes, that song was on the album ''Appetite for Destruction''. I feel that song is what set Guns N' Roses to be the band they are today." ]
Rereleased in 1989, it reached number six on the UK Singles Chart.
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One thing I know is that there is a modern version that doesn't have any buttons.
Yes, i love them too! i love the modern version that has no buttons! is more considered as a robe
[ "I like wearing cardigans, they make me feel fancy. Do you know anything cool about them?" ]
A more modern version of the garment has no buttons and hangs open by design.
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I don't really know, but it's a knitted sweater with an open front.
The old version is the regular one, knitted garment that has open front and buttons!
[ "I like wearing cardigans, they make me feel fancy. Do you know anything cool about them?", "One thing I know is that there is a modern version that doesn't have any buttons.", "I didn't know there was a modern version and an old version, what was the old version like?" ]
A cardigan is a type of knitted garment (sweater) that has an open front.
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I know that Coco Chanel is credited with popularizing cardigans for women.
i KNOW THAT COCO CHANEL IS CREDITED WITH POPULARIZING CARDIGANS for women!
[ "I like wearing cardigans, they make me feel fancy. Do you know anything cool about them?", "One thing I know is that there is a modern version that doesn't have any buttons.", "I didn't know there was a modern version and an old version, what was the old version like?", "I don't really know, but it's a knitted sweater with an open front.", "I wonder who came up with the idea of a cardigan." ]
Coco Chanel is credited with popularizing cardigans for women because ''she hated how tight-necked men’s sweaters messed up her hair when she pulled them over her head.''
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Yes, of course, she is the founder and namesake of the Chanel brand!
Yes of course she is the founder and namesake of the chanel brand!
[ "I like wearing cardigans, they make me feel fancy. Do you know anything cool about them?", "One thing I know is that there is a modern version that doesn't have any buttons.", "I didn't know there was a modern version and an old version, what was the old version like?", "I don't really know, but it's a knitted sweater with an open front.", "I wonder who came up with the idea of a cardigan.", "I know that Coco Chanel is credited with popularizing cardigans for women.", "Oh interesting, I'm not really familiar with Coco Chanel, can you tell me more about it?" ]
She was the founder and namesake of the Chanel brand.
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No, are you interested in working in a pre-hospital or out-of-hospital environment, since that is where paramedics are mainly.
No but my friend was in the healthcare field and tried to become a paramedic
[ "Do you like medical science or have you ever considered being a paramedic?" ]
A paramedic is a healthcare professional, predominantly in the pre-hospital and out-of-hospital environment, and working mainly as part of emergency medical services (EMS), such as on an ambulance.
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Yes, they are mostly a part of the emergency medical services like with an ambulance.
Paramedics have to go through so much training for the work environment they have, dealing with emergencies
[ "Do you like medical science or have you ever considered being a paramedic?", "No, are you interested in working in a pre-hospital or out-of-hospital environment, since that is where paramedics are mainly.", "Yeah, I'm a few years away from complete ling my biological science degree and interested in medical science stuff. Paramedics work on EMS right?" ]
A paramedic is a healthcare professional, predominantly in the pre-hospital and out-of-hospital environment, and working mainly as part of emergency medical services (EMS), such as on an ambulance.
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Well, while the scope of their practice vary from country to country, they typically have to make autonomous decisions on the emergency care of a patient.
The scope of a paramedic is quite varied but the situations they go through must be traumatizing
[ "Do you like medical science or have you ever considered being a paramedic?", "No, are you interested in working in a pre-hospital or out-of-hospital environment, since that is where paramedics are mainly.", "Yeah, I'm a few years away from complete ling my biological science degree and interested in medical science stuff. Paramedics work on EMS right?", "Yes, they are mostly a part of the emergency medical services like with an ambulance.", "I see, it feels incredibly hectic, like emergency medicine and seems quite stressful. They must have a lot of responsibilities right?" ]
The scope of practice of a paramedic will vary between countries, but generally includes autonomous decision making around the emergency care of patients.
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I can't say although have you heard of an emergency medical technician? Paramedics are a higher role than them with more autonomy as well as responsibility.
Also the driving for paramedics during emergencies must be insane as well with the position and role they hold
[ "Do you like medical science or have you ever considered being a paramedic?", "No, are you interested in working in a pre-hospital or out-of-hospital environment, since that is where paramedics are mainly.", "Yeah, I'm a few years away from complete ling my biological science degree and interested in medical science stuff. Paramedics work on EMS right?", "Yes, they are mostly a part of the emergency medical services like with an ambulance.", "I see, it feels incredibly hectic, like emergency medicine and seems quite stressful. They must have a lot of responsibilities right?", "Well, while the scope of their practice vary from country to country, they typically have to make autonomous decisions on the emergency care of a patient.", "Yeah I bet. They must be very well trained." ]
The paramedic role is closely related to other healthcare positions, especially the emergency medical technician role, with paramedics often being a higher grade role, with more responsibility and autonomy.
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I am a bot so I actually can't do that, what about you? Do you like to browse the products and services of online stores ?
Yes I love being able to view an entire range of products easily
[ "Do you like to online shop? Do you do it a lot?" ]
A typical online store enables the customer to browse the firm's range of products and services, view photos or images of the products, along with information about the product specifications, features and prices.
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I have never heard about this information about clothing before, what I do know is that you can buy products from the online seller using a web browser.
Yeah, I like that you just have to have a web browser
[ "Do you like to online shop? Do you do it a lot?", "I am a bot so I actually can't do that, what about you? Do you like to browse the products and services of online stores ?", "Yes, I love it, and I also like that people have not tried on the clothes before you" ]
Online shopping is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the Internet using a web browser.
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If you say so, I believe, one more question, do you use the web browser Google Chrome to shop online?
Well at least you can use google chrome to find coupons sometimes
[ "Do you like to online shop? Do you do it a lot?", "I am a bot so I actually can't do that, what about you? Do you like to browse the products and services of online stores ?", "Yes, I love it, and I also like that people have not tried on the clothes before you", "I have never heard about this information about clothing before, what I do know is that you can buy products from the online seller using a web browser.", "It can get expensive though, I try not to shop too often." ]
Google Chrome is a freeware web browser developed by Google.
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So, what do you like to directly buy from sellers over the internet using the web browser google chrome?
That is true. overall I think the convenience of online shopping is worth it
[ "Do you like to online shop? Do you do it a lot?", "I am a bot so I actually can't do that, what about you? Do you like to browse the products and services of online stores ?", "Yes, I love it, and I also like that people have not tried on the clothes before you", "I have never heard about this information about clothing before, what I do know is that you can buy products from the online seller using a web browser.", "It can get expensive though, I try not to shop too often.", "If you say so, I believe, one more question, do you use the web browser Google Chrome to shop online?", "Yes Google Chrome is my favorite browser to shop online." ]
Online shopping is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the Internet using a web browser.
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Not even when the retailers open very early and offer promotional sales ?
Not even for black friday promotions?
[ "Do you like to online shop? Do you do it a lot?", "I am a bot so I actually can't do that, what about you? Do you like to browse the products and services of online stores ?", "Yes, I love it, and I also like that people have not tried on the clothes before you", "I have never heard about this information about clothing before, what I do know is that you can buy products from the online seller using a web browser.", "It can get expensive though, I try not to shop too often.", "If you say so, I believe, one more question, do you use the web browser Google Chrome to shop online?", "Yes Google Chrome is my favorite browser to shop online.", "So, what do you like to directly buy from sellers over the internet using the web browser google chrome?", "I love to buy clothes online, I never do it in person." ]
Most major retailers open very early, as early as overnight hours, and offer promotional sales.
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I'm unable to solve that but you may be curious to know that it has 3000 years of history.
Best medicine is to just take up a hobby and get involved. But the concept of heartbreak dates back at least 3,000 years.
[ "My ex girlfriend broke my heart. What are some ways to deal with heartbreak?" ]
The concept is cross-cultural, often cited with reference to a desired or lost lover, and dates back at least 3,000 years.
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Well its mostly a heavy feeling but in some rare cases it can cause physical damage to the heart.
[ "My ex girlfriend broke my heart. What are some ways to deal with heartbreak?", "I'm unable to solve that but you may be curious to know that it has 3000 years of history.", "What are some symptoms of heartbreak?" ]
Emotional pain that is severe can cause 'broken heart syndrome', including physical damage to the heart.
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I don't know if it is serious or not but the pain is believed to be related to survival instinct.
Only in rare cases, some think the ''pain'' of a broken heart is believed to be part of the survival instinct.
[ "My ex girlfriend broke my heart. What are some ways to deal with heartbreak?", "I'm unable to solve that but you may be curious to know that it has 3000 years of history.", "What are some symptoms of heartbreak?", "Well its mostly a heavy feeling but in some rare cases it can cause physical damage to the heart.", "Wow. So heartbreak can lead to serious medical complications?" ]
The emotional ''pain'' of a broken heart is believed to be part of the survival instinct.
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That's a mystery to me but a broken heart is an universal concept.
Its unique to each person but the concept is believed to be universal.So we all know what it feels like .
[ "My ex girlfriend broke my heart. What are some ways to deal with heartbreak?", "I'm unable to solve that but you may be curious to know that it has 3000 years of history.", "What are some symptoms of heartbreak?", "Well its mostly a heavy feeling but in some rare cases it can cause physical damage to the heart.", "Wow. So heartbreak can lead to serious medical complications?", "I don't know if it is serious or not but the pain is believed to be related to survival instinct.", "How long does it usually take to get over a broken heart?" ]
The concept is believed to be universal, with many cultures using the same words to describe both physical pain and the feelings associated with relationship loss.
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Well, overstimulation from heartache may cause nausea or pain or muscle tightness in your chest but I don't know about depression.
Well the neurological process involved in the perception of heartache is not known. But in some cases people have experienced it.
[ "My ex girlfriend broke my heart. What are some ways to deal with heartbreak?", "I'm unable to solve that but you may be curious to know that it has 3000 years of history.", "What are some symptoms of heartbreak?", "Well its mostly a heavy feeling but in some rare cases it can cause physical damage to the heart.", "Wow. So heartbreak can lead to serious medical complications?", "I don't know if it is serious or not but the pain is believed to be related to survival instinct.", "How long does it usually take to get over a broken heart?", "That's a mystery to me but a broken heart is an universal concept.", "Does heartbreak usually lead to depression?" ]
The neurological process involved in the perception of heartache is not known, but is thought to involve the anterior cingulate cortex of the brain, which during stress may overstimulate the vagus nerve causing pain, nausea or muscle tightness in the chest.
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I'm a bot, so I can't really love anything. I do know that he was born in 1935.
He is rather decent, I know he was born along time ago. I think 1935
[ "I love Elvis, what about you?" ]
Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977) was an American singer, musician, and actor.
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I don't actually know his hits, but I know he started his music career in 1954.
I would say his greatest hit would be his last one, where he hit the ground when he died. I do know his career started back in 1954.
[ "I love Elvis, what about you?", "I'm a bot, so I can't really love anything. I do know that he was born in 1935.", "What would you say were his greatest hits?" ]
His music career began there in 1954, recording at Sun Records with producer Sam Phillips, who wanted to bring the sound of African American music to a wider audience.
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He died in 1977.
Elvis died young, sometime in the 1977s
[ "I love Elvis, what about you?", "I'm a bot, so I can't really love anything. I do know that he was born in 1935.", "What would you say were his greatest hits?", "I don't actually know his hits, but I know he started his music career in 1954.", "When did he die?" ]
Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977) was an American singer, musician, and actor.
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I don't know what his fans were like. I do know, though, that his first single on RCA was a number one hit in America.
His fans was anyone that loved heartbreak, he actually had a single about it.
[ "I love Elvis, what about you?", "I'm a bot, so I can't really love anything. I do know that he was born in 1935.", "What would you say were his greatest hits?", "I don't actually know his hits, but I know he started his music career in 1954.", "When did he die?", "He died in 1977.", "That's a shame. What were his typical fans like?" ]
Presley's first RCA single, ''Heartbreak Hotel'', was released in January 1956 and became a number one hit in the United States.
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I think it was Heartbreak Hotel. It came out in 1956.
I think the title was heartbreak hotel. It came out in 1956.
[ "I love Elvis, what about you?", "I'm a bot, so I can't really love anything. I do know that he was born in 1935.", "What would you say were his greatest hits?", "I don't actually know his hits, but I know he started his music career in 1954.", "When did he die?", "He died in 1977.", "That's a shame. What were his typical fans like?", "I don't know what his fans were like. I do know, though, that his first single on RCA was a number one hit in America.", "Interesting, what song was that?" ]
Presley's first RCA single, ''Heartbreak Hotel'', was released in January 1956 and became a number one hit in the United States.
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I don't quite know what you mean but cheerleading is about participants cheering for their team as encouragement.
So, I see you are excited about cheerleading, it all about team and ecouragement.
[ "2, 4 , 6, 8 who do you appreciate??" ]
Cheerleading is an activity wherein the participants (referred to as ''cheerleaders'') cheer for their team as a form of encouragement.
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Yeah, one can chant slogans as well as do intense physical activity things.
Yes. Dont forget about the changing slogans that can get you up going to get you into physical activity.
[ "2, 4 , 6, 8 who do you appreciate??", "I don't quite know what you mean but cheerleading is about participants cheering for their team as encouragement.", "Exactly, I did a chant but I'm pretty sure cheerleaders can do more things right?" ]
It can range from chanting slogans to intense physical activity.
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Hmmm intresting but now its used to motivate sports teams and a form of entertainment for people watching
[ "2, 4 , 6, 8 who do you appreciate??", "I don't quite know what you mean but cheerleading is about participants cheering for their team as encouragement.", "Exactly, I did a chant but I'm pretty sure cheerleaders can do more things right?", "Yeah, one can chant slogans as well as do intense physical activity things.", "Cheerleading used to be men only, until the 1920s" ]
It can be performed to motivate sports teams, entertain the audience, or for competition.
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I see, sounds interesting, did they have competition routines such as tumbling, dance jumps, and stunting and said routine lasts from 1 to 3 minutes?
I often wonder if there were competive routines like modern cheerleading
[ "2, 4 , 6, 8 who do you appreciate??", "I don't quite know what you mean but cheerleading is about participants cheering for their team as encouragement.", "Exactly, I did a chant but I'm pretty sure cheerleaders can do more things right?", "Yeah, one can chant slogans as well as do intense physical activity things.", "Cheerleading used to be men only, until the 1920s", "Hmmm intresting but now its used to motivate sports teams and a form of entertainment for people watching", "It is, but before the 1950s there were no professional cheerleading teams" ]
Competitive routines typically range anywhere from one to three minutes, and contain components of tumbling, dance, jumps, cheers, and stunting.
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Well, I do know some facts about cheerleading, for example, in this activity the participants cheer for the team for encouragement
I know a lot about it. It is one of the most rewarding sports out there. I love giving encouragement to the team. Is she excited?
[ "My daughter wants to try out for cheerleading. Do you know anything about it?" ]
Cheerleading is an activity wherein the participants (referred to as ''cheerleaders'') cheer for their team as a form of encouragement.
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Is the team she's trying out for one that is more about chanting slogans, or is it highly physically demanding?
Is the team she trying out for one that is more chanting slogans, or is it highly physically demanding?
[ "My daughter wants to try out for cheerleading. Do you know anything about it?", "Well, I do know some facts about cheerleading, for example, in this activity the participants cheer for the team for encouragement", "Yeah all her friends are doing it too. Hope she makes the team." ]
It can range from chanting slogans to intense physical activity.
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Do you think she will like the routines ? I know that the routines can contain components of dance, tumbling, jumps, cheers and stunting
She will have a blast. I remember going to competitions and doing our three minute routines. Has she chosen a specialty? I used to specialize in dance, but some of the girls were tumblers, and jumps, and others were more cheer specialists.
[ "My daughter wants to try out for cheerleading. Do you know anything about it?", "Well, I do know some facts about cheerleading, for example, in this activity the participants cheer for the team for encouragement", "Yeah all her friends are doing it too. Hope she makes the team.", "Is the team she's trying out for one that is more about chanting slogans, or is it highly physically demanding?", "I think they do both. They have floor routines and formations." ]
Competitive routines typically range anywhere from one to three minutes, and contain components of tumbling, dance, jumps, cheers, and stunting.
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Got it, are you from the United States? Cheerleading is an activity that originated there, it is also predominantly in America
I know she will do extremely well with that level of experience already. It will be great for her if it is a competitive team to travel and meet some of the 1.5 million other all-star cheerleaders!
[ "My daughter wants to try out for cheerleading. Do you know anything about it?", "Well, I do know some facts about cheerleading, for example, in this activity the participants cheer for the team for encouragement", "Yeah all her friends are doing it too. Hope she makes the team.", "Is the team she's trying out for one that is more about chanting slogans, or is it highly physically demanding?", "I think they do both. They have floor routines and formations.", "Do you think she will like the routines ? I know that the routines can contain components of dance, tumbling, jumps, cheers and stunting", "She has done a lot of dance and tumbling already. She will try it out and see what works best for her." ]
Cheerleading originated in the United States, and remains predominantly in America, with an estimated 1.5 million participants in all-star cheerleading.
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Nice, have you watched the film Bring It on? it is from 2000
It's smart to do it because there is a lot of scholarship money for it, and nowadays with movies like Bring It On the world has taken notice so she may be able to do some study abroad as well.
[ "My daughter wants to try out for cheerleading. Do you know anything about it?", "Well, I do know some facts about cheerleading, for example, in this activity the participants cheer for the team for encouragement", "Yeah all her friends are doing it too. Hope she makes the team.", "Is the team she's trying out for one that is more about chanting slogans, or is it highly physically demanding?", "I think they do both. They have floor routines and formations.", "Do you think she will like the routines ? I know that the routines can contain components of dance, tumbling, jumps, cheers and stunting", "She has done a lot of dance and tumbling already. She will try it out and see what works best for her.", "Got it, are you from the United States? Cheerleading is an activity that originated there, it is also predominantly in America", "Yes we are, she wants to be a cheerleader since she was a little kid, I am sure she will be fine. I could see her going on to do it in college as well." ]
The global presentation of cheerleading was led by the 1997 broadcast of ESPN's International cheerleading competition, and the worldwide release of the 2000 film ''Bring It On''.
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I am a bot, so I can't answer that. Now tell me, what do you like most about rolling a ball towards a target ?
Oh, yes, i love bowling. Rolling that ball down the lane and knocking down the pins gives me a charge.
[ "I love to go bowling with my family, but I'm a horrible bowler. Do you like it?" ]
Bowling is a sport or leisure activity in which a player rolls or throws a bowling ball towards a target.
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Good that you like playing one of the major throwing sports forms.
Since it is one of the major throwing sports, it is a lot loke the javelin throw.
[ "I love to go bowling with my family, but I'm a horrible bowler. Do you like it?", "I am a bot, so I can't answer that. Now tell me, what do you like most about rolling a ball towards a target ?", "I love it when I just knock one down - LOL!! My kids want to WIN, I just like playing." ]
It is one of the major forms of throwing sports.
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I can't confirm to you if it is or not. Have you ever played pin bowling variations ? In those the target is to knock the pins at the end of the lane over.
I think it is. Have you ever gone pin bowling, where you are trying to knock down the pins with a small ball?
[ "I love to go bowling with my family, but I'm a horrible bowler. Do you like it?", "I am a bot, so I can't answer that. Now tell me, what do you like most about rolling a ball towards a target ?", "I love it when I just knock one down - LOL!! My kids want to WIN, I just like playing.", "Good that you like playing one of the major throwing sports forms.", "I wouldn't have thought of it as a throwing sport, but I guess that does make sense. Is bowling an Olympic sport?" ]
In pin bowling variations, the target is usually to knock over pins at the end of a lane.
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I actually don't have more information about pin bowling, only about duckpin bowling, in which you use balls that are 12 cm to 12.7 cm in diameter
Called duckpin bowling, you use a 5 inch ball that weighs around 3 pounds.
[ "I love to go bowling with my family, but I'm a horrible bowler. Do you like it?", "I am a bot, so I can't answer that. Now tell me, what do you like most about rolling a ball towards a target ?", "I love it when I just knock one down - LOL!! My kids want to WIN, I just like playing.", "Good that you like playing one of the major throwing sports forms.", "I wouldn't have thought of it as a throwing sport, but I guess that does make sense. Is bowling an Olympic sport?", "I can't confirm to you if it is or not. Have you ever played pin bowling variations ? In those the target is to knock the pins at the end of the lane over.", "No, I've never even heard of that! Can you tell me more about pin bowling?" ]
The balls used in duckpin bowling are in (12 cm) to 5 in (12.7 cm) in diameter (which is slightly larger than a softball), weigh 3 lb 6 oz (1.5 kg) to 3 lb 12 oz (1.7 kg) each, and lack finger holes.
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I am not sure, what I know is that the pins are shorter, lighter and smaller than the pins in ten-pin bowling
search the web. The pins are shorter, lighter and smaller than regular pins, so it is still difficult.
[ "I love to go bowling with my family, but I'm a horrible bowler. Do you like it?", "I am a bot, so I can't answer that. Now tell me, what do you like most about rolling a ball towards a target ?", "I love it when I just knock one down - LOL!! My kids want to WIN, I just like playing.", "Good that you like playing one of the major throwing sports forms.", "I wouldn't have thought of it as a throwing sport, but I guess that does make sense. Is bowling an Olympic sport?", "I can't confirm to you if it is or not. Have you ever played pin bowling variations ? In those the target is to knock the pins at the end of the lane over.", "No, I've never even heard of that! Can you tell me more about pin bowling?", "I actually don't have more information about pin bowling, only about duckpin bowling, in which you use balls that are 12 cm to 12.7 cm in diameter", "Interesting! I wonder where you'd go to play that?" ]
The pins, while arranged in a triangular fashion identical to that used in ten-pin bowling, are shorter, smaller, and lighter than their ten-pin equivalents, which makes it more difficult to achieve a strike.
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Nice, so you liked to cheer for teams as a form of encouragement?
Yes it's good to cheer for one's team as a form of encouragement.
[ "I used to love watching cheerleading back in college." ]
Cheerleading is an activity wherein the participants (referred to as ''cheerleaders'') cheer for their team as a form of encouragement.
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No I have not. The activities in cheerleading can range from chanting slogans to intense physical activity
[ "I used to love watching cheerleading back in college.", "Nice, so you liked to cheer for teams as a form of encouragement?", "Yes, chanting slogans is awesome. Have you ever been a cheerleader?" ]
It can range from chanting slogans to intense physical activity.
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It is performed to motivate sports teams, entertain the audience, or for competition.
[ "I used to love watching cheerleading back in college.", "Nice, so you liked to cheer for teams as a form of encouragement?", "Yes, chanting slogans is awesome. Have you ever been a cheerleader?", "No I have not. The activities in cheerleading can range from chanting slogans to intense physical activity", "I see, I mostly enjoy the chanting of slogans. What else do you know about cheerleading?" ]
It can be performed to motivate sports teams, entertain the audience, or for competition.
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It started in the late 18th century with the rebellion of male students.
[ "I used to love watching cheerleading back in college.", "Nice, so you liked to cheer for teams as a form of encouragement?", "Yes, chanting slogans is awesome. Have you ever been a cheerleader?", "No I have not. The activities in cheerleading can range from chanting slogans to intense physical activity", "I see, I mostly enjoy the chanting of slogans. What else do you know about cheerleading?", "It is performed to motivate sports teams, entertain the audience, or for competition.", "So, when did cheerleading originate?" ]
Cheerleading began during the late 18th century with the rebellion of male students.
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Well, after the American Revolutionary War, the students experienced harsh treatments from teachers.
Harsh things happened to students after the American Revolution
[ "I used to love watching cheerleading back in college.", "Nice, so you liked to cheer for teams as a form of encouragement?", "Yes, chanting slogans is awesome. Have you ever been a cheerleader?", "No I have not. The activities in cheerleading can range from chanting slogans to intense physical activity", "I see, I mostly enjoy the chanting of slogans. What else do you know about cheerleading?", "It is performed to motivate sports teams, entertain the audience, or for competition.", "So, when did cheerleading originate?", "It started in the late 18th century with the rebellion of male students.", "I see, I had no idea But atleast thats a good outcome of a rebellion if there is such a thing!" ]
After the American Revolutionary War, students experienced harsh treatment from teachers.
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No, I can't say I've had heartbreak or heartache due to feeling great longing. How about you?
Yes, I have suffered from a broken heart which is a metaphor for major emotional and physical pain that someone feels from the longing of a loved one. How about you?
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Broken heart (also known as a heartbreak or heartache) is a term metaphor for the intense emotional—and sometimes physical—stress or pain one feels at experiencing great longing.
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Did it feel like extreme emotional pain? That can actually cause physical damage onto the heart.
When I had to put down my cat, I suffered immensely! The pain is severe and and can cause ''broken heart syndrome'' which means actual physical damage to your heart.
[ "Have you ever had a broken heart?\\", "No, I can't say I've had heartbreak or heartache due to feeling great longing. How about you?", "I don't know if I have, I mean maybe when my dog was put down but that seems like it was the worst emotional pain I've had." ]
Emotional pain that is severe can cause 'broken heart syndrome', including physical damage to the heart.
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Its believed to be a part of survival instincts.
I'm sorry for you too! It is so difficult! It is believed that the emotional pain of a broken heart is part of the survival instinct.
[ "Have you ever had a broken heart?\\", "No, I can't say I've had heartbreak or heartache due to feeling great longing. How about you?", "I don't know if I have, I mean maybe when my dog was put down but that seems like it was the worst emotional pain I've had.", "Did it feel like extreme emotional pain? That can actually cause physical damage onto the heart.", "No, it was super duper sad but I wouldn't say I would just break down forever. Do you know what the pain of a broken heart is anyway?" ]
The emotional ''pain'' of a broken heart is believed to be part of the survival instinct.
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I know that the broken heart concept is universal with many cultures using the same words to explain their pain and the feelings of loss.
[ "Have you ever had a broken heart?\\", "No, I can't say I've had heartbreak or heartache due to feeling great longing. How about you?", "I don't know if I have, I mean maybe when my dog was put down but that seems like it was the worst emotional pain I've had.", "Did it feel like extreme emotional pain? That can actually cause physical damage onto the heart.", "No, it was super duper sad but I wouldn't say I would just break down forever. Do you know what the pain of a broken heart is anyway?", "Its believed to be a part of survival instincts.", "That is really interesting, what other facts do you know about broken hearts?" ]
The concept is believed to be universal, with many cultures using the same words to describe both physical pain and the feelings associated with relationship loss.
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It is, since the concept crosses cultural boundaries and dates back at least 3 millennia.
It is! The concept crosses cultural boundaries and is often cited with a reference of a lost lover dating back over 3000 years.
[ "Have you ever had a broken heart?\\", "No, I can't say I've had heartbreak or heartache due to feeling great longing. How about you?", "I don't know if I have, I mean maybe when my dog was put down but that seems like it was the worst emotional pain I've had.", "Did it feel like extreme emotional pain? That can actually cause physical damage onto the heart.", "No, it was super duper sad but I wouldn't say I would just break down forever. Do you know what the pain of a broken heart is anyway?", "Its believed to be a part of survival instincts.", "That is really interesting, what other facts do you know about broken hearts?", "I know that the broken heart concept is universal with many cultures using the same words to explain their pain and the feelings of loss.", "that is so interesting." ]
The concept is cross-cultural, often cited with reference to a desired or lost lover, and dates back at least 3,000 years.
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AMERICAN FOOTBALL RIGHT? ASSOCIATED WITH FOOTBALL AND RUBGY?
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American football evolved in the United States, originating from the sports of association football and rugby football.
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WHAT ABOUT COLLEGE FOOTBALL? THATS WHERE THE RULES FIRST GAINED POPULARITY IN THE US RIGHT?
[ "Football is my favorite sport! I played it in college and it was so much fun.", "AMERICAN FOOTBALL RIGHT? ASSOCIATED WITH FOOTBALL AND RUBGY?", "Yes, American football. I just watch it on tv nowadays though." ]
It was through college football play that American football rules first gained popularity in the United States.
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Did you ever watch the XFL? Although it did only have one season in 2001.
DID YOU EVER WATCH THE XFL ALTHOUGH IT ONLY HAD ONE SEASON ON 2001/
[ "Football is my favorite sport! I played it in college and it was so much fun.", "AMERICAN FOOTBALL RIGHT? ASSOCIATED WITH FOOTBALL AND RUBGY?", "Yes, American football. I just watch it on tv nowadays though.", "WHAT ABOUT COLLEGE FOOTBALL? THATS WHERE THE RULES FIRST GAINED POPULARITY IN THE US RIGHT?", "I still watch some college football. I try and head to the games when I can, though weekends are pretty busy in the fall." ]
The XFL was a professional American football league that played its only season in 2001.
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Not sure, but it was supposed to happen during the off-season of the NFL. It was promoted with fewer rules and encouraged rougher play over other major leagues.
IT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE OUTDOOR FOOTBALL DURING NFL, HAVING FEWER RULES AND ENCOURAGING ROUGH PLAY.
[ "Football is my favorite sport! I played it in college and it was so much fun.", "AMERICAN FOOTBALL RIGHT? ASSOCIATED WITH FOOTBALL AND RUBGY?", "Yes, American football. I just watch it on tv nowadays though.", "WHAT ABOUT COLLEGE FOOTBALL? THATS WHERE THE RULES FIRST GAINED POPULARITY IN THE US RIGHT?", "I still watch some college football. I try and head to the games when I can, though weekends are pretty busy in the fall.", "Did you ever watch the XFL? Although it did only have one season in 2001.", "No I haven't watched that. how was it?" ]
The XFL was conceived as an outdoor football league that would take place during the NFL off-season, and promoted as having fewer rules and encouraging rougher play than other major leagues.
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No, I have never. Speaking of Irish ancestry, would you say you are a Irish American, meaning that you identify with the ancestry ?
No, but I've met some Irish people. There are are a good amount of Irish Americans (who identify as such) in the United States.
[ "I have Irish ancestry. I'd like to visit sometime, have you been?" ]
Irish Americans () are an ethnic group comprising Americans who have full or partial ancestry from Ireland, especially those who identify with that ancestry, along with their cultural characteristics.
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Speaking of the UK, did you know that it is composed of 4 countries ? England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
The UK is an interesting place. It's culture developed heavily out of the fact that it was an isolated Island nation.
[ "I have Irish ancestry. I'd like to visit sometime, have you been?", "No, I have never. Speaking of Irish ancestry, would you say you are a Irish American, meaning that you identify with the ancestry ?", "That's true. I once traveled to the UK but didn't make it North of London." ]
The culture of the United Kingdom is influenced by the UK's history as a developed island country, a liberal democracy and a major power; its predominantly Christian religious life; and its composition of four countries—England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland—each of which has distinct customs, cultures and symbolism.
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I am not sure what the largest city in this sovereign country of Western Europe is
The UK actually contains more than just Britain, but also Ireland as well. The Largest city is probably London.
[ "I have Irish ancestry. I'd like to visit sometime, have you been?", "No, I have never. Speaking of Irish ancestry, would you say you are a Irish American, meaning that you identify with the ancestry ?", "That's true. I once traveled to the UK but didn't make it North of London.", "Speaking of the UK, did you know that it is composed of 4 countries ? England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland", "I did know that lready.I'd like to know more about it's history - I've only had a bit of European History. What is the largest city in the UK?" ]
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the United Kingdom (UK) or Britain, is a sovereign country in western Europe.
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Well in that case you would probably be looking for Belfast, which is the largest city of Northern Ireland, and the second largest in all of Ireland.
[ "I have Irish ancestry. I'd like to visit sometime, have you been?", "No, I have never. Speaking of Irish ancestry, would you say you are a Irish American, meaning that you identify with the ancestry ?", "That's true. I once traveled to the UK but didn't make it North of London.", "Speaking of the UK, did you know that it is composed of 4 countries ? England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland", "I did know that lready.I'd like to know more about it's history - I've only had a bit of European History. What is the largest city in the UK?", "I am not sure what the largest city in this sovereign country of Western Europe is", "Oh ok, I've been to London. But, I haven't visited the biggest city in Ireland." ]
Belfast (; ) is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, and the second largest on the island of Ireland.
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It's hard to believe Ireland is the third larget Island in Europe.
[ "I have Irish ancestry. I'd like to visit sometime, have you been?", "No, I have never. Speaking of Irish ancestry, would you say you are a Irish American, meaning that you identify with the ancestry ?", "That's true. I once traveled to the UK but didn't make it North of London.", "Speaking of the UK, did you know that it is composed of 4 countries ? England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland", "I did know that lready.I'd like to know more about it's history - I've only had a bit of European History. What is the largest city in the UK?", "I am not sure what the largest city in this sovereign country of Western Europe is", "Oh ok, I've been to London. But, I haven't visited the biggest city in Ireland.", "Well in that case you would probably be looking for Belfast, which is the largest city of Northern Ireland, and the second largest in all of Ireland.", "Yes, sounds like it. I would like to take a flight there sometime." ]
Ireland is the third-largest island in Europe.
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18
I don't have a favorite color, since I'm a bot, but I know a bit about blue. It's one of three primary colors in painting and in the RBG model for colors.
I like primary colors like Blue too.
[ "Hello. I was just thinking about all the amazing colours in the world. I think green is my favourite. What about you?" ]
Blue is one of the three primary colours of pigments in painting and traditional colour theory, as well as in the RGB colour model.
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18
Speaking of nature, were you aware that the largest source of green in the natural world is chlorophyl?
Yes, chlorophyll in plants is an amazing substance
[ "Hello. I was just thinking about all the amazing colours in the world. I think green is my favourite. What about you?", "I don't have a favorite color, since I'm a bot, but I know a bit about blue. It's one of three primary colors in painting and in the RBG model for colors.", "Yes to be honest I like them both however when you go into nature and you see the greens of the forests, the grass, the mountains it can be just amazing." ]
By far the largest contributor to green in nature is chlorophyll, the chemical by which plants photosynthesize and convert sunlight into chemical energy.
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18
Chlorophyll is used by plants to make chemical energy from the sun.
[ "Hello. I was just thinking about all the amazing colours in the world. I think green is my favourite. What about you?", "I don't have a favorite color, since I'm a bot, but I know a bit about blue. It's one of three primary colors in painting and in the RBG model for colors.", "Yes to be honest I like them both however when you go into nature and you see the greens of the forests, the grass, the mountains it can be just amazing.", "Speaking of nature, were you aware that the largest source of green in the natural world is chlorophyl?", "I dont know much about that. What is cholorphyll used for?" ]
By far the largest contributor to green in nature is chlorophyll, the chemical by which plants photosynthesize and convert sunlight into chemical energy.
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How important, I can't say, but there are many creatures who became green as a form of camouflage.
Yes, prey often color themselves green to adapt and hide
[ "Hello. I was just thinking about all the amazing colours in the world. I think green is my favourite. What about you?", "I don't have a favorite color, since I'm a bot, but I know a bit about blue. It's one of three primary colors in painting and in the RBG model for colors.", "Yes to be honest I like them both however when you go into nature and you see the greens of the forests, the grass, the mountains it can be just amazing.", "Speaking of nature, were you aware that the largest source of green in the natural world is chlorophyl?", "I dont know much about that. What is cholorphyll used for?", "Chlorophyll is used by plants to make chemical energy from the sun.", "oh that is very interesting. Thank you for explaining it to me. So some of the things in nature that are the colour green do have very important roles then?" ]
Many creatures have adapted to their green environments by taking on a green hue themselves as camouflage.
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19
Neat, isn't there someone who's the lead singer for AC/DC since 2016 and for Guns N' Roses?
Did you hear that Axl Rose is singing for AC/DC these days? Pretty wild how the old rockers keep on going.
[ "Hi. I always did like the band Guns N' Roses. I used to be a huge fan when I was a teenager." ]
In addition to Guns N' Roses, he has been the lead singer of AC/DC since 2016.
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19
Yes, Bon Scott died in February 19, 1980 after a heavy night of alcohol drinking.
I really like the old AC/DC stuff with Bon Scott. I haven't heard Axl's take on it yet though, I should probably give it a listen to see if it holds up.
[ "Hi. I always did like the band Guns N' Roses. I used to be a huge fan when I was a teenager.", "Neat, isn't there someone who's the lead singer for AC/DC since 2016 and for Guns N' Roses?", "Ah, you mean Axl Rose! Yeah he's really impressive. It's a shame Bon Scott died, do you remember the details of that event?" ]
Within months of recording the album ''Highway to Hell'', lead singer and co-songwriter Bon Scott died on 19 February 1980 after a night of heavy alcohol consumption.
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Yeah, you know that heavy metal is another term for their music? They themselves say they're just a rock and roll band though.
I'm not much of a guitarist, but my brother is. He is a big fan of the blues style of AC/DC because it lends itself well to swing dancing (his other musical hobby).
[ "Hi. I always did like the band Guns N' Roses. I used to be a huge fan when I was a teenager.", "Neat, isn't there someone who's the lead singer for AC/DC since 2016 and for Guns N' Roses?", "Ah, you mean Axl Rose! Yeah he's really impressive. It's a shame Bon Scott died, do you remember the details of that event?", "Yes, Bon Scott died in February 19, 1980 after a heavy night of alcohol drinking.", "Yeah, still they'll be remembered as one of the all time great hard rock bands." ]
A hard rock/blues rock band, their music has also been called heavy metal, although they refer to themselves as ''a rock and roll band, nothing more, nothing less''.
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Not sure about their music but for blues, they have a call-and-response pattern.
I've never been so musically talented, but I'm interested in the transition from Blues to Rock and Roll.
[ "Hi. I always did like the band Guns N' Roses. I used to be a huge fan when I was a teenager.", "Neat, isn't there someone who's the lead singer for AC/DC since 2016 and for Guns N' Roses?", "Ah, you mean Axl Rose! Yeah he's really impressive. It's a shame Bon Scott died, do you remember the details of that event?", "Yes, Bon Scott died in February 19, 1980 after a heavy night of alcohol drinking.", "Yeah, still they'll be remembered as one of the all time great hard rock bands.", "Yeah, you know that heavy metal is another term for their music? They themselves say they're just a rock and roll band though.", "Yeah, I think older bands don't really care for the specific genres people put on them, they just make music. Do you happen to know anything about their music?" ]
The blues form, ubiquitous in jazz, rhythm and blues and rock and roll, is characterized by the call-and-response pattern, the blues scale and specific chord progressions, of which the twelve-bar blues is the most common.
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Yeah, you know that the creators of heavy metals had roots in psychedelic/acid rock and blues rock?
Are you a fan of heavy metal?
[ "Hi. I always did like the band Guns N' Roses. I used to be a huge fan when I was a teenager.", "Neat, isn't there someone who's the lead singer for AC/DC since 2016 and for Guns N' Roses?", "Ah, you mean Axl Rose! Yeah he's really impressive. It's a shame Bon Scott died, do you remember the details of that event?", "Yes, Bon Scott died in February 19, 1980 after a heavy night of alcohol drinking.", "Yeah, still they'll be remembered as one of the all time great hard rock bands.", "Yeah, you know that heavy metal is another term for their music? They themselves say they're just a rock and roll band though.", "Yeah, I think older bands don't really care for the specific genres people put on them, they just make music. Do you happen to know anything about their music?", "Not sure about their music but for blues, they have a call-and-response pattern.", "A lot of rock music has it's roots in blues music progressions." ]
With roots in blues rock and psychedelic/acid rock, the bands that created heavy metal developed a thick, massive sound, characterized by highly amplified distortion, extended guitar solos, emphatic beats, and overall loudness.
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20
I'm rather indifferent but are hotdogs your favorite sausage sandwich?
Meh. (Not to yuck your yum!) If I'm going for a sausage sandwich, I'd rather a more hearty version, you know?
[ "One of my favorite things to eat at the ball park is a hot dog. Do you like them as well?" ]
It is a type of sausage sandwich.
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20
Well a typical garnish that you haven't mentioned would be thing such as ketchup, mayonnaise, coleslaw and a few others!
*Exactly*. Quality counts! I do remember loving chili dogs as a kid -- chili, cheese...but no onions!
[ "One of my favorite things to eat at the ball park is a hot dog. Do you like them as well?", "I'm rather indifferent but are hotdogs your favorite sausage sandwich?", "You betcha! I prefer kosher all-beef franks that are steamed. I love to add onions, mustard, and relish. Are there any garnishes I forgotten?" ]
Typical garnishes include mustard, ketchup, onions, mayonnaise, relish, coleslaw, cheese, chili, olives, and sauerkraut.
[ "Hallucination" ]
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I'm not sure if it is the chili dog but some type of hot dog has bacon wrapped around it, grilled, and topped with things like onions, mustard, salsa and then served on a bolillo roll.
Ha! You are in good company there! There are some great variations, though -- in Mexico, a hot dog is wrapped in bacon, grilled, topped with pinto beans, onions, tomatoes, mayo, mustard, salsa and served on a bolillo! Sound good?!
[ "One of my favorite things to eat at the ball park is a hot dog. Do you like them as well?", "I'm rather indifferent but are hotdogs your favorite sausage sandwich?", "You betcha! I prefer kosher all-beef franks that are steamed. I love to add onions, mustard, and relish. Are there any garnishes I forgotten?", "Well a typical garnish that you haven't mentioned would be thing such as ketchup, mayonnaise, coleslaw and a few others!", "Ah yeah I see, I definitely understand people wanting those. For me though, it isn't a dog to me without onions. One thing I will never put on a weiner is ketchup. Tell me more about a chili dog though, my favorite place been making them a lot." ]
It is a hot dog wrapped in mesquite-smoked bacon, cooked on a grill or on a griddle or comal, then topped with pinto beans, onions, tomatoes, mayonnaise, mustard and jalapeño salsa or sauce, and served on a bolillo roll, often with a side of fresh-roasted chili pepper.
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Well, ever hear of a "reindeer dog" its made in Alaska with caribou meat added to the hot dogs.
Here's one that *might* not appeal -- a ''reindeer dog'' made of caribou meat in Alaska!
[ "One of my favorite things to eat at the ball park is a hot dog. Do you like them as well?", "I'm rather indifferent but are hotdogs your favorite sausage sandwich?", "You betcha! I prefer kosher all-beef franks that are steamed. I love to add onions, mustard, and relish. Are there any garnishes I forgotten?", "Well a typical garnish that you haven't mentioned would be thing such as ketchup, mayonnaise, coleslaw and a few others!", "Ah yeah I see, I definitely understand people wanting those. For me though, it isn't a dog to me without onions. One thing I will never put on a weiner is ketchup. Tell me more about a chili dog though, my favorite place been making them a lot.", "I'm not sure if it is the chili dog but some type of hot dog has bacon wrapped around it, grilled, and topped with things like onions, mustard, salsa and then served on a bolillo roll.", "That sounds really neat, it seems pretty amazing the various ways people use the hot dog to make delicious sounding food. I bet other places don't even use the Weiner!" ]
Hot dogs made with caribou meat added are sold as ''reindeer dogs'' throughout Alaska.
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Snowflakes are formed by the attraction of super-cooled water to a particle.
[ "I love winter season becuase it is so beautiful when the snow covers the parks!" ]
Snowflakes nucleate around particles in the atmosphere by attracting supercooled water droplets, which freeze in hexagonal-shaped crystals.
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The differences in temperature and humidity are reaponsible for creating all the different patterns.
[ "I love winter season becuase it is so beautiful when the snow covers the parks!", "Snowflakes are formed by the attraction of super-cooled water to a particle.", "That is very informative! Another thing about snowflakes are that the pattern that they are formed in is always different from the next." ]
Complex shapes emerge as the flake moves through differing temperature and humidity zones in the atmosphere, such that individual snowflakes differ in detail from one another, but may be categorized in eight broad classifications and at least 80 individual variants.
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Some people even use human clothing to dress their snowmen.
[ "I love winter season becuase it is so beautiful when the snow covers the parks!", "Snowflakes are formed by the attraction of super-cooled water to a particle.", "That is very informative! Another thing about snowflakes are that the pattern that they are formed in is always different from the next.", "The differences in temperature and humidity are reaponsible for creating all the different patterns.", "When enough snowflakes fall from the key, I love to build snowmen, build forts and throw snowballs! Its so much fun in the winter!" ]
Human clothing, such as a hat or scarf, may be included.
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Ice skating, specifically, can be done for a few reasons, like leisure, sports, or even traveling.
Ide skating can be great because it is good for leisure and exercise.
[ "I love winter season becuase it is so beautiful when the snow covers the parks!", "Snowflakes are formed by the attraction of super-cooled water to a particle.", "That is very informative! Another thing about snowflakes are that the pattern that they are formed in is always different from the next.", "The differences in temperature and humidity are reaponsible for creating all the different patterns.", "When enough snowflakes fall from the key, I love to build snowmen, build forts and throw snowballs! Its so much fun in the winter!", "Some people even use human clothing to dress their snowmen.", "There are endless activities in the winter time. You can go ice skating, toboganning and ice fishing. Thats why winter is the best season!" ]
This can be done for a variety of reasons, including exercise, leisure, traveling, and various sports.
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Dataset Summary

FaithDial is a faithful knowledge-grounded dialogue benchmark, composed of 50,761 turns spanning 5649 conversations. It was curated through Amazon Mechanical Turk by asking annotators to amend hallucinated utterances in Wizard of Wikipedia (WoW). In our dialogue setting, we simulate interactions between two speakers: an information seeker and a bot wizard. The seeker has a large degree of freedom as opposed to the wizard bot which is more restricted on what it can communicate. In fact, it must abide by the following rules:

  • First, it should be truthful by providing information that is attributable to the source knowledge K.
  • Second, it should provide information conversationally, i.e., use naturalistic phrasing of K, support follow-on discussion with questions, and prompt user's opinions.
  • Third, it should acknowledge its ignorance of the answer in those cases where K does not include it while still moving the conversation forward using K.

Language

English

Data Instance

An example of 'train' looks as follows:

[
  {
    "utterances": [
      ... // prior utterances, 
      {
        "history": [
          "Have you ever been to a concert? They're so fun!",
          "No I cannot as a bot. However, have you been to Madonna's? Her 10th concert was used to help her 13th album called \"Rebel Heart\".",
          "Yeah I've heard of it but never went or what it was for. Can you tell me more about it?"
        ],
        "speaker": "Wizard",
        "knowledge": "It began on September 9, 2015, in Montreal, Canada, at the Bell Centre and concluded on March 20, 2016, in Sydney, Australia at Allphones Arena.",
        "original_response": "It started in September of 2015 and ran all the way through March of 2016. Can you imagine being on the road that long?",
        "response": "Sure. The concert started in September 9th of 2015 at Montreal, Canada. It continued till 20th of March of 2016, where it ended at Sydney, Australia.",
        "BEGIN": [
          "Hallucination",
          "Entailment"
        ],
        "VRM": [
          "Disclosure",
          "Question"
        ]
      }, 
      ... // more utterances
    ]
  }, 
  ... // more dialogues
]

If the original_response is empty, it means that the response is faithful to the source and we consider it as a FaithDial response. Faithful responses in WoW are also edited slightly if they are found to have some grammatical issues or typos.

Data Fields

  • history: List[string]. The dialogue history.
  • knowledge: string. The source knowkedge on which the bot wizard should ground its response.
  • speaker: string. The current speaker.
  • original response: string. The WoW original response before editing it.
  • response: string. The new Wizard response.
  • BEGIN: List[string]. The BEGIN labels for the Wizard response.
  • VRM: List[string]. The VRM labels for the wizard response.

Data Splits

  • Train: 36809 turns
  • Valid: 6851 turns
  • Test: 7101 turns

Valid includes both the seen and the unseen data splits from WoW. The same applies to Test. We also include those splits for FaithDial valid and test data.

Annotations

Following the guidelines for ethical crowdsourcing outlined in Sheehan. 2018, we hire Amazon Mechanical Turk (AMT) workers to edit utterances in WoW dialogues that were found to exhibit unfaithful responses. To ensure clarity in the task definition, we provided detailed examples for our terminology. Moreover, we performed several staging rounds over the course of several months.

Who are the annotators?

To be eligible for the task, workers have to be located in the United States and Canada and have to answer successfully 20 questions as part of a qualification test. Before launching the main annotation task, we perform a small pilot round (60 HITS) to check the performance of the workers. We email workers who commit errors, providing them with examples on how to fix their mistakes in future HITS.

Personal and Sensitive Information

Seeker utterances in FaithDial may contain personal and sensitive information.

Social Impact of Dataset

In recent years, the conversational AI market has seen a proliferation of a variety of applications—which are powered by large pre-trained LMs—that span across a broad range of domains, such as customer support, education, e-commerce, health, entertainment, etc. Ensuring that these systems are trustworthy is key to deploy systems safely at a large scale in real-world application, especially in high-stake domain. FaithDial holds promise to encourage faithfulness in information-seeking dialogue and make virtual assistants both safer and more reliable.

Licensing Information

MIT

Citation Information

@article{dziri2022faithdial,
  title={FaithDial: A Faithful Benchmark for Information-Seeking Dialogue},
  author={Dziri, Nouha and Kamalloo, Ehsan and Milton, Sivan and Zaiane, Osmar and Yu, Mo and Ponti, Edoardo and Reddy, Siva},
  journal={arXiv preprint, arXiv:2204.10757},
  year={2022},
  url={https://arxiv.org/abs/2204.10757}
}
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