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3D4ALL: Toward an Inclusive Pipeline to Classify 3D Contents [article]

Nahyun Kwon, Chen Liang, Jeeeun Kim
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Algorithmic content moderation manages an explosive number of user-created content shared online everyday.  ...  sensitive 3D models online and a lack of discussion on transparent and fair 3D content moderation.  ...  Although we focus on specific issues in shared 3D content online, our proposed pipeline generally applies to advancing a semi-automatic process toward an explainable and fair content moderation for all  ... 
arXiv:2102.12606v1 fatcat:e2qr2sa7xng2besaz4ignewgl4

Towards Ethics by Design in Online Abusive Content Detection [article]

Svetlana Kiritchenko, Isar Nejadgholi
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Second, severity of abuse is identified through comparative annotation within each category.  ...  To support safety and inclusion in online communications, significant efforts in NLP research have been put towards addressing the problem of abusive content detection, commonly defined as a supervised  ...  The sets of terms can be acquired manually or semi-automatically using unsupervised techniques, such as topic modeling, clustering, etc.  ... 
arXiv:2010.14952v1 fatcat:fi5o44cozjf73hcr3utn35sg6q

SOLID: A Large-Scale Semi-Supervised Dataset for Offensive Language Identification [article]

Sara Rosenthal, Pepa Atanasova, Georgi Karadzhov, Marcos Zampieri, Preslav Nakov
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The widespread use of offensive content in social media has led to an abundance of research in detecting language such as hate speech, cyberbullying, and cyber-aggression.  ...  SOLID contains over nine million English tweets labeled in a semi-supervised fashion.  ...  of what they are reading.  ... 
arXiv:2004.14454v2 fatcat:g5ffvomdtvdq3agopbaj4qyce4

Towards Intelligent Migration of User Interfaces [chapter]

Giuseppe Ghiani, Jussi Polet, Ville Antila
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In order to study the problems of such migration functionality, we defined, designed and implemented a proof-of-concept prototype for automatic context-aware migration of Web applications between devices  ...  This is the case, when something is manipulated on one device and a need to migrate it towards another device exists as well.  ...  We discuss the possibilities of using this context information to allow the system to perform automatic or semi-automatic (assisted) migration of session from a device to another.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40276-0_16 fatcat:hsgb3och45ftpmiw7zswvgdccq

MORMED: Towards a multilingual social networking platform facilitating Medicine 2.0 [chapter]

Eleni Kargioti, Dimitrios Kourtesis, Dimitris Bibikas, Iraklis Paraskakis, Ulrich Boes
2010 International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering Proceedings  
The broad adoption of Web 2.0 tools has signalled a new era of "Medicine 2.0" in the field of medical informatics.  ...  The support for collaboration within online communities and the sharing of information in social networks offers the opportunity for new communication channels among patients, medical experts, and researchers  ...  MORMED approaches the domain from a different perspective and shifts the focus towards sharing experiences, building upon sociality and leveraging Web 2.0 semantically enhanced tools that support multilingualism  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-13039-7_246 fatcat:ckyyfihqwnag5gyvgptktwuwr4

Semi-supervised and Unsupervised Methods for Categorizing Posts in Web Discussion Forums [article]

Krish Perumal
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Web discussion forums are used by millions of people worldwide to share information belonging to a variety of domains such as automotive vehicles, pets, sports, etc.  ...  Automatic identification of these categories can aid information retrieval that is tailored for specific user requirements.  ...  Graeme Hirst, whose valuable guidance, feedback and attention to detail was pivotal for the completion of this work. I also thank my second reader, Prof.  ... 
arXiv:1604.00119v3 fatcat:m2flg6lhc5elvorhl2h5xksmdi

Detecting Offensive Content in Open-domain Conversations using Two Stage Semi-supervision [article]

Chandra Khatri, Behnam Hedayatnia, Rahul Goel, Anushree Venkatesh, Raefer Gabriel, Arindam Mandal
2018 arXiv   pre-print
In this work, we propose a two stage semi-supervised approach to bootstrap large-scale data for automatic sensitive language detection from publicly available web resources.  ...  We train models using publicly available annotated datasets as well as using the proposed large-scale semi-supervised datasets.  ...  As we move towards knowledge grounded social bots (Hori et al., 2018) , the monitoring of the knowledge bases that these systems consume also becomes important.  ... 
arXiv:1811.12900v1 fatcat:5nietjo2wrhxzfgdgrxwz5y6vm

SalienTrack: providing salient information for semi-automated self-tracking feedback with model explanations [article]

Yunlong Wang, Jiaying Liu, Homin Park, Jordan Schultz-McArdle, Stephanie Rosenthal, Judy Kay, Brian Y. Lim
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Our key contributions are the SalienTrack framework, a demonstration of its implementation for semi-automated feedback in an important and challenging self-tracking context and a discussion of the broader  ...  , and 4) present the details as manually elicited or automatically shown feedback.  ...  Finally, the violet box is for our qualitative user study on a set of prototype interfaces with different levels of automatic, manual and semi-automatic reflection interfaces.  ... 
arXiv:2109.10231v3 fatcat:effwzrxrlfcutb2zxljmttqw24

Semi-Supervised Anomaly Detection in Video-Surveillance Scenes in the Wild

Mohammad Ibrahim Sarker, Cristina Losada-Gutiérrez, Marta Marrón-Romera, David Fuentes-Jiménez, Sara Luengo-Sánchez
2021 Sensors  
Within this framework, the importance of automatic detection of anomalies is clear, and, therefore, an important amount of research works have been made lately in this topic.  ...  However, supervised approaches demand manual annotation, making dependent the system reliability of the different situations used in the training (something difficult to set in anomaly context).  ...  and anti-social activities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21123993 pmid:34207883 pmcid:PMC8230050 fatcat:kvxd3ujt3rfohf5qg4s3eb4hzm

Towards a model of Collaborative Support for Distance Learners to Perform Joint Tasks [chapter]

B. Barros, M. Rodriguez-Artacho, F. Verdejo
1998 The Virtual Campus  
A first web-based prototype integrating private and shared workspaces has been implemented, and a testbed carried out with graduate students.  ...  It is part of a larger effort dealing with the study of mechanisms of cooperation and collaboration between distance learners while performing joint tasks involving complex interactions.  ...  activity to accomplish their work in form of: (2) an automatically structured index of the set of contributions, labelled with author' s names (3) an automatically updated index of the semi-structured  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35352-4_15 fatcat:ijq7knvbsnchfgth5sozpqml7a

A Semi-automatic Data Extraction System for Heterogeneous Data Sources: A Case Study from Cotton Industry [article]

Richi Nayak, Thirunavukarasu Balasubramaniam, Sangeetha Kutty, Sachindra Banduthilaka, Erin Peterson
2021 arXiv   pre-print
With the recent developments in digitisation, there are increasing number of documents available online.  ...  In this paper, we propose a methodology to automatically discover the relevant information from the collection of unstructured web data sources.  ...  This report will propose a system that could collect information on the indicators from various sources and, then synthesize the collected information to generate a report semi-automatically.  ... 
arXiv:2111.03579v1 fatcat:frwlq3qe45akjnp7yxczycovva

Toward Virtual Community Knowledge Evolution

Michael Bieber, Douglas Engelbart, Richard Furuta, Starr Roxanne Hiltz, John Noll, Jennifer Preece, Edward A. Stohr, Murray Turoff, Bartel Van De Walle
2002 Journal of Management Information Systems  
The resulting Collaborative Knowledge Evolution Support System (CKESS) would provide an enhanced digital library infrastructure serving as an ever-evolving repository of the community's knowledge, which  ...  These tools, and the techniques developed around them, would enable members of a virtual community to learn from, contribute to, and collectively build upon the community's knowledge and improve many member  ...  Technology (NJIT), the New Jersey Department of Transportation, and the New Jersey Commission of Science and Technology.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2002.11045707 fatcat:dlf55k2qkja3laam2xzngqaxdm

Towards Understanding the Information Ecosystem Through the Lens of Multiple Web Communities [article]

Savvas Zannettou
2019 arXiv   pre-print
The Web consists of numerous Web communities, news sources, and services, which are often exploited by various entities for the dissemination of false information.  ...  community to another and how we can model and quantify the influence between Web communities; 2) characterizing the role of emerging Web communities and services on the Web, by studying Gab and two Web  ...  Moderation. 4chan has an extremely lax moderation: each board has a handful of volunteers called janitors that are moderating each board.  ... 
arXiv:1911.10517v1 fatcat:piuwv7zv7zghlof5tqhuhnukla

Toward Micro-Dialect Identification in Diaglossic and Code-Switched Environments [article]

Muhammad Abdul-Mageed and Chiyu Zhang and AbdelRahim Elmadany and Lyle Ungar
2020 arXiv   pre-print
To showcase the utility of our models, we introduce a new, large-scale dataset of Arabic micro-varieties (low-resource) suited to our tasks.  ...  as small as that of a city) given a single, short message.  ...  We gratefully acknowledge support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Social Sciences Research Council of Canada, Compute Canada (www. computecanada.ca), and UBC ARC-Sockeye  ... 
arXiv:2010.04900v2 fatcat:ipa75b6xljbvtnovagwjcadfpe

Requirements elicitation: Towards the unknown unknowns

Alistair Sutcliffe, Pete Sawyer
2013 2013 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)  
Social collaboration support is a relatively new area that facilitates categorisation, prioritisation and matching collections of requirements for product line versions.  ...  The main contribution of this survey is to review requirements elicitation from the perspective of this framework and propose a road map of research to tackle outstanding elicitation problems involving  ...  annotation, or by automated analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1109/re.2013.6636709 dblp:conf/re/SutcliffeS13 fatcat:sjura3z4inbuxnanioqh6p5gza
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