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Hope Speech detection in under-resourced Kannada language

@article{Hande2021HopeSD,
  title={Hope Speech detection in under-resourced Kannada language},
  author={Adeep Hande and Ruba Priyadharshini and Anbukkarasi Sampath and Kingston Pal Thamburaj and Prabakaran Chandran and Bharathi Raja Chakravarthi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.04616}
}
Numerous methods have been developed to monitor the spread of negativity in modern years by eliminating vulgar, offensive, and fierce comments from social media platforms. However, there are relatively lesser amounts of study that converges on embracing positivity, reinforcing supportive and reassuring content in online forums. Consequently, we propose creating an English-Kannada Hope speech dataset, KanHope and comparing several experiments to benchmark the dataset. The dataset consists of 6… 
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