Suicide Risk Assessment with Multi-level Dual-Context Language and BERT

WS 2019 Matthew MateroAkash IdnaniYoungseo SonSalvatore GiorgiHuy VuMohammad ZamaniParth LimbachiyaSharath Ch GuntukuraH. Andrew Schwartz

Mental health predictive systems typically model language as if from a single context (e.g. Twitter posts, status updates, or forum posts) and often limited to a single level of analysis (e.g. either the message-level or user-level). Here, we bring these pieces together to explore the use of open-vocabulary (BERT embeddings, topics) and theoretical features (emotional expression lexica, personality) for the task of suicide risk assessment on support forums (the CLPsych-2019 Shared Task)... (read more)

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