E3S Web Conf.
Volume 399, 2023International Conference on Newer Engineering Concepts and Technology (ICONNECT-2023)
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|Published online||12 July 2023|
Semantic-Based Classification of Toxic Comments Using Ensemble Learning
1 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, R.M.K Engineering College, Tamil Nadu, India
2 Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, K. Ramakrishnan College of Technology, Trichy - 621112, Tamil Nadu, India
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A social media is rapidly expanding, and its anonymity feature completely supports free speech. Hate speech directed at anyone or any group because of their ethnicity, clan, religion, national or cultural their heritage, sex, disability, gender orientation, or other characteristics is a violation of their authority. Seriously encourages violence or hate crimes and causes social unrest by undermining peace, trustworthiness, and human rights, among other things. Identifying toxic remarks in social media conversation is a critical but difficult job. There are several difficulties in detecting toxic text remarks using a suitable and particular social media dataset and its high-performance, selected classifier. People nowadays share messages not only in person, but also in online settings such as social networking sites and online groups. As a result, all social media sites and apps, as well as all current communities in the digital world, require an identification and prevention system. Finding toxic social media remarks has proven critical for content screening. The identifying blocker in such a system would need to notice any bad online behavior and alert the prophylactic blocker to take appropriate action. The purpose of this research was to assess each text and find various kinds of toxicities such as profanity, threats, name-calling, and identity-based hatred. Jigsaw's designed Wikipedia remark collection is used for this.
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