Deconfounded Lexicon Induction for Interpretable Social Science

NAACL 2018 Reid PryzantKelly ShenDan JurafskyStefan Wagner

NLP algorithms are increasingly used in computational social science to take linguistic observations and predict outcomes like human preferences or actions. Making these social models transparent and interpretable often requires identifying features in the input that predict outcomes while also controlling for potential confounds... (read more)

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