Forecasting the presence and intensity of hostility on Instagram using linguistic and social features

18 Apr 2018 Ping Liu Joshua Guberman Libby Hemphill Aron Culotta

Online antisocial behavior, such as cyberbullying, harassment, and trolling, is a widespread problem that threatens free discussion and has negative physical and mental health consequences for victims and communities. While prior work has proposed automated methods to identify hostile comments in online discussions, these methods work retrospectively on comments that have already been posted, making it difficult to intervene before an interaction escalates... (read more)

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