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The ability to tell, craft, and understand stories has long been held as a hallmark of human intelligence. Artificial intelligence is rapidly shaping the future of many important aspects of our everyday life. Particular area with growing interest in future is entertainment (TV, film, gaming and general interactive and non-interactive means of storytelling), training, and education. Automated story telling of computational narrative intelligence requires the audiences to perceive the causaldoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5615551.v1 fatcat:ayj2r5vxfbhatdorldmog4zk7m