CNGL is calling on members of the public to join the fight against cyberbullying by contributing social stereotypes through a crowdsourcing platform launched today at the National Cyberbullying Conference at Dublin Castle. Stereotype detection is an important building block in the fight against online bullying. The stereotypes collected will be used to build an anti-cyberbullying system capable of automatically identifying subtle, non-explicit forms...
CNGL and Microsoft are collaborating to enable online user-generated content to be moderated quickly and easily. The innovative Offensive Content Detection tool will help to moderate large volumes of multilingual content, ensuring that offensive or abusive content is identified quickly to enable early corrective action.
CNGL Centre for Global Intelligent Content leading the way with Irish language processing and machine translation The 2014 FIFA World Cup provided CNGL with the opportunity to develop ‘Brazilator’, a translation system that translates tweets related to the World Cup. The system, which was developed by CNGL researchers in Dublin City University in collaboration with
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