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Learning From Free-Text Human Feedback: Examples of Human-Human Dialogs

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Human-human dialogs in WoW and PC datasets showcase the delicate dance of politeness in correction. In WoW, a discussion on photography's nature as science or art sees a participant subtly suggesting a different perspective without direct contradiction. Meanwhile, a PC exchange on vehicle preferences unfolds politely, with one participant playfully misunderstanding a term, and the other responding with gentle clarification. These instances illustrate how politeness shapes correction strategies in diverse conversational contexts.
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