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Offensive Language Identification in Low-resourced Code-mixed Dravidian languages using Pseudo-labeling

@article{Hande2021OffensiveLI,
  title={Offensive Language Identification in Low-resourced Code-mixed Dravidian languages using Pseudo-labeling},
  author={Adeep Hande and Karthik Puranik and Konthala Yasaswini and Ruba Priyadharshini and Sajeetha Thavareesan and Anbukkarasi Sampath and Kogilavani Shanmugavadivel and Durairaj Thenmozhi and Bharathi Raja Chakravarthi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.12177}
}
Social media has effectively become the prime hub of communication and digital marketing. As these platforms enable the free manifestation of thoughts and facts in text, images and video, there is an extensive need to screen them to protect individuals and groups from offensive content targeted at them. Our work intends to classify code-mixed social media comments/posts in the Dravidian languages of Tamil, Kannada, andMalayalam. We intend to improve offensive language identification by… 
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