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A Survey on Automated Sarcasm Detection on Twitter

by   Bleau Moores, et al.

Automatic sarcasm detection is a growing field in computer science. Short text messages are increasingly used for communication, especially over social media platforms such as Twitter. Due to insufficient or missing context, unidentified sarcasm in these messages can invert the meaning of a statement, leading to confusion and communication failures. This paper covers a variety of current methods used for sarcasm detection, including detection by context, posting history and machine learning models. Additionally, a shift towards deep learning methods is observable, likely due to the benefit of using a model with induced instead of discrete features combined with the innovation of transformers.


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