Search Results for author: Eugenia H. Rho

Found 4 papers, 0 papers with code

Leveraging Prompt-Based Large Language Models: Predicting Pandemic Health Decisions and Outcomes Through Social Media Language

no code implementations1 Mar 2024 Xiaohan Ding, Buse Carik, Uma Sushmitha Gunturi, Valerie Reyna, Eugenia H. Rho

We introduce a multi-step reasoning framework using prompt-based LLMs to examine the relationship between social media language patterns and trends in national health outcomes.

ToxVis: Enabling Interpretability of Implicit vs. Explicit Toxicity Detection Models with Interactive Visualization

no code implementations1 Mar 2023 Uma Gunturi, Xiaohan Ding, Eugenia H. Rho

By making the classification process explainable, ToxVis provides a valuable tool for understanding the nuances of hateful content and supporting more effective content moderation.

Same Words, Different Meanings: Semantic Polarization in Broadcast Media Language Forecasts Polarization on Social Media Discourse

no code implementations20 Jan 2023 Xiaohan Ding, Mike Horning, Eugenia H. Rho

By analyzing a decade's worth of closed captions (2 million speaker turns) from CNN and Fox News along with topically corresponding discourse from Twitter, we provide a novel framework for measuring semantic polarization between America's two major broadcast networks to demonstrate how semantic polarization between these outlets has evolved (Study 1), peaked (Study 2) and influenced partisan discussions on Twitter (Study 3) across the last decade.

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