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Automatic Expansion and Retargeting of Arabic Offensive Language Training

@article{Mubarak2021AutomaticEA,
  title={Automatic Expansion and Retargeting of Arabic Offensive Language Training},
  author={Hamdy Mubarak and Ahmed Abdelali and Kareem Darwish and Younes Samih},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.09574}
}
Rampant use of offensive language on social media led to recent efforts on automatic identification of such language. Though offensive language has general characteristics, attacks on specific entities may exhibit distinct phenomena such as malicious alterations in the spelling of names. In this paper, we present a method for identifying entity specific offensive language. We employ two key insights, namely that replies on Twitter often imply opposition and some accounts are persistent in their… 

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