Automatically Detecting Cyberbullying Comments on Online Game Forums

06/03/2021
by   Hanh Hong-Phuc Vo, et al.
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Online game forums are popular to most of game players. They use it to communicate and discuss the strategy of the game, or even to make friends. However, game forums also contain abusive and harassment speech, disturbing and threatening players. Therefore, it is necessary to automatically detect and remove cyberbullying comments to keep the game forum clean and friendly. We use the Cyberbullying dataset collected from World of Warcraft (WoW) and League of Legends (LoL) forums and train classification models to automatically detect whether a comment of a player is abusive or not. The result obtains 82.69 macro F1-score for LoL forum and 83.86 Toxic-BERT model on the Cyberbullying dataset.

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