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UVCE-IIITT@DravidianLangTech-EACL2021: Tamil Troll Meme Classification: You need to Pay more Attention

@article{Hegde2021UVCEIIITTDravidianLangTechEACL2021TT,
  title={UVCE-IIITT@DravidianLangTech-EACL2021: Tamil Troll Meme Classification: You need to Pay more Attention},
  author={Siddhanth U Hegde and Adeep Hande and Ruba Priyadharshini and Sajeetha Thavareesan and Bharathi Raja Chakravarthi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2104.09081}
}
Tamil is a Dravidian language that is commonly used and spoken in the southern part of Asia. During the 21st century and in the era of social media, memes have been a fun moment during the day to day life of people. Here, we try to analyze the true meaning of Tamil memes by classifying them as troll or non-troll. We present an ingenious model consisting of transformer-transformer architecture that tries to attain state of the art by using attention as its main component. The dataset consists of… 

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