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Hatemoji: A Test Suite and Adversarially-Generated Dataset for Benchmarking and Detecting Emoji-based Hate

@article{Kirk2021HatemojiAT,
  title={Hatemoji: A Test Suite and Adversarially-Generated Dataset for Benchmarking and Detecting Emoji-based Hate},
  author={Hannah Rose Kirk and Bertram Vidgen and Paul R{\"o}ttger and Tristan Thrush and Scott A. Hale},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.05921}
}
Detecting online hate is a complex task, and low-performing models have harmful conse-quences when used for sensitive applications such as content moderation. Emoji-based hate is an emerging challenge for automated detection. We present H ATEMOJI C HECK , a test suite of 3 , 930 short-form statements that al-lows us to evaluate performance on hateful language expressed with emoji. Using the test suite, we expose weaknesses in existing hate detection models. To address these weaknesses, we… 
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