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[P] Sequence-to-Sequence Model for Markup Input. Where to start?

I’m thinking about creating a sequence-to-sequence model that:

  • Input: sentence / paragraphs
    • My favourite animal is my cat.

  • Output: the same text with some simple markup
    • My favourite {1::animal} is my {2::cat}.

This is essentially a tool to create semantically meaningful cloze deletions.

I’m thinking about taking GPT2 or BERT as pre-trained lang. models. I’m bit worried that I need to take these very complex models and essentially force them to be able to perform a (nearly complete) identity transformation.

Does anybody have any pointers / tutorials where to start?

Thank you in any case!

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