A Persona-Based Neural Conversation Model

, , , , , and . (2016)cite arxiv:1603.06155Comment: Accepted for publication at ACL 2016.


We present persona-based models for handling the issue of speaker consistency in neural response generation. A speaker model encodes personas in distributed embeddings that capture individual characteristics such as background information and speaking style. A dyadic speaker-addressee model captures properties of interactions between two interlocutors. Our models yield qualitative performance improvements in both perplexity and BLEU scores over baseline sequence-to-sequence models, with similar gains in speaker consistency as measured by human judges.


A Persona-Based Neural Conversation Model

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