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Google Bindi: Hateful Signals and where to find them?

November 17, 2023

Google Bindi: Hateful Signals and where to find them?

Google Bindi Summit 2023


November 17, 2023

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  1. Hateful Signals
    and where to
    find them?
    -Sarah Masud,
    Phd Student @IIIT-Delhi

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  2. Disclaimer
    Subsequent content may contain extreme language (verbatim from social media), which does not
    reflect the opinions of myself or my collaborators. Reader’s discretion is advised.

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  3. Workflow for Analysing and Mitigating Online Hate Speech
    [1]: Tanmoy and Sarah, Nipping in the bud: detection, diffusion and mitigation of hate speech on social media, ACM SIGWEB Winter, Invited Publication
    Fig 1: The various input signals
    (red), models (green) and user
    groups (blue) involved in
    analysing hate speech. [1]

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  4. Why Context is important for Hate Speech?
    ● No clear definition of hate speech.
    ● Subjective annotation from the point
    of view of NLP modeling.
    ● No standard list of vulnerable groups.
    Endogenous Signals
    Exogenous Signals

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  5. Exogenous Signals: News articles & Topical Affinity
    Fig 1: Hatefulness of different users towards different
    hashtags/topics in RETINA [1] Fig 2: Exogenous attention Model RETINA [1]
    XN: News Headline
    XT: Incoming Tweet
    [1]: Masud et al., Hate is the New Infodemic: A Topic-aware Modeling of Hate Speech Diffusion on Twitter, ICDE 2021

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  6. Fig 1: Motivation for Auxiliary Data Signals in Hate Speech Detection [1]
    Endogenous Signals: User’s interaction on platform
    [1]: Kulkarni et al., Revisiting Hate Speech Benchmarks: From Data Curation to System Deployment, KDD 2023

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  7. More about our work:
    _themessier on Twitter
    lcs2lab on Twitter

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