Towards Understanding How Emojis Express Solidarity in Crisis Events

@inproceedings{Santhanam2021TowardsUH,
  title={Towards Understanding How Emojis Express Solidarity in Crisis Events},
  author={Sashank Santhanam and Vidhushini Srinivasan and Khyati Mahajan and Samira Shaikh},
  booktitle={AHFE},
  year={2021}
}
TeamUNCC@LT-EDI-EACL2021: Hope Speech Detection using Transfer Learning with Transformers
TLDR
The approach towards utilizing pre-trained models for the task of hope speech detection in English and the approach to fine-tuning XLM-RoBERTa for Hope Speech detection in Tamil and Malayalam, two low resource Indic languages are described.

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