Publication: Automatic classification of participant roles in cyberbullying

New publication of cyberbullying research in journal Natural Language Engineering.

Successful prevention of cyberbullying depends on the adequate detection of harmful messages. Given the impossibility of human moderation on the Social Web, intelligent systems are required to identify clues of cyberbullying automatically. Much work on cyberbullying detection focuses on detecting abusive language without analyzing the severity of the event nor... [Read More]

Publication: Current limitations in cyberbullying detection

New publication of cyberbullying research in journal Language Resources and Evaluation.

We provide a cross-domain evaluation framework for cyberbullying detection research to overcome the limitations of data scarcity in this field. We also show that crowdsourcing data in a simulated lab setting is a valid way of generating data. We have published new research as an extension from the AMiCA project... [Read More]

PyTorch GPU Stack in 5 minutes or less

Fast setup for a PyTorch stack on GPU with CUDA + CUDNN

Historically, setting up deep learning stacks with GPU support has been a hassle. This was because of poorly documented version conflicts between NVIDIA drivers, CUDA, CUDNN and your DL library of choice (PyTorch and TF for me). I remember having spent hours on setting up Tensorflow because its docs didn’t... [Read More]

A Cyborg Implant That Suits You: Exploring NFC Smartcard Tools

First steps on my journey to getting a chip implant.

I have been toying with the idea of getting an implant for a few years for access control and other NFC-coolness such as storing business cards or medical records. Nothing quite like being to key to your house or never forgetting your gym card. Those fantasies have recently been kicked... [Read More]