3.2.1. Example: Autonomous generation of questions
Not a single scientific paper describes automatically generated questions in a generic way (=through an algorithm), like:
> Given: “Every person is a man or a woman.”
> Given: “Addison is a person.”
• Generated question:
< “Is Addison a man or a woman?”
The implementation of this kind of automatically generated questions is extremely simple when (Natural Laws of) Intelligence embedded in Grammar are used:
• A Natural Law of Intelligence embedded in Grammar: Conjunction “or” has the intelligent (Exclusive OR) function in language to separate knowledge;
• Given “Every person is a man or a woman” and “Addison is a person”;
• Substitution of both sentences: “Addison is a man or a woman”;
• Conversion to a question: “Is Addison a man or a woman?”.
Note: In most cases, a conjunction separates a series of words of the same word type. In the case, a series of singular nouns.