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6: Categorization of Deep Neural Networks

6: Categorization of Deep Neural Networks

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Posting offensive or abusive content on social media have been a serious concern in recent years. This has created a lot of problems because of the huge popularity and usage of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. The main motivation lies in the fact that our model will automate and accelerate the detection of the posted offensive content...

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... As such, it is important to keep social media and other communication platforms free from offensive content. Considerable research has been conducted on deep-learning techniques for detecting offensive language (Pitsilis et al., 2018;Mehra and Hasanuzzaman, 2020). One of the growing challenges in the field of content detection is code-switching (Aguilar et al., 2020; 1 https://tinyurl.com/adobehuman 2 https://tinyurl.com/adobesynthetic ...
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