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Annotation Idea Guidelines

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With the emergence of a variety of social media platforms, and the freedom to express one’s thought, sadly, there is a lot of hateful content available on social media. Some platforms like Twitter filter out any posts which involve abusive and highly provocative language. However, Gab is a platform where freedom of speech is retained. Thus, hate content can be easily found on Gab. It becomes important to analyze the data, posts and comments. Hate Speech detection thus, plays an important role in identifying any kind of trend, troll, threat, etc:

Annotation Guidelines Refinement

2 minute read

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To concretely define and come up with the approach for classification, it is required to think of the best architecture and techniques so as to beat the state of the art. Hence, I explored a lot of literature regarding the same which concerns with the newest approaches. Hence, I read the following papers :

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GSOC 2017 - Week 4 of GSoC 17

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This blog is dedicated to the third week of Google Summer of Code (i.e June 24 - July 1). This week was concentrated on cross-testing and analysis of the API with some challenging tests.

GSOC 2017 - Week 3 of GSoC 17

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This blog is dedicated to the third week of Google Summer of Code (i.e June 16 - June 23). But first, a brief insight is given about how the code works.

GSOC 2017 - Week 2 of GSoC 17

2 minute read

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This blog is dedicated to the second week of Google Summer of Code (i.e June 8 - June 15). The target of the second week according to my timeline was to implement the Jacobian and gradient using numdifftools.

GSOC 2017 - Week 1 of GSoC 17

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This blog is dedicated to the first week of Google Summer of Code (i.e June 1 - June 7). The target of the first week according to my timeline was to get conversant with the code structure and implement the derivative using statsmodels and partly by numdifftools.

GSOC 2017 - Proposal and basic structure of API

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This is the basic outline of the design of the scipy.diff module. I have thoroughly investigated the functioning of statsmodels and numdifftools. Along with it, scipy.misc.derivative has also been looked at. In scipy.diff I propose to have adaptations from numdifftools and statsmodels majorly due to their accurate results, sophisiticated techniques of computation and ease of accessibility.

GSOC 2017 - Implementation of scipy.diff

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I have been selected for the GSOC 2017 under the umbrella organisation of Python Software Foundation - Scipy. The topic of my project is: implementation of a module : scipy.diff.

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Augmented Reality and User Perspective Rendering

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Till the last week, the AR application, that we developed consisted of face detection in 2D along with AR object rendering in parallel. However, there was no interaction between the two separate applications because of communication issues between unity and android.

User Perspective Rendering approaches

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The app that was required to be constructed was highly responsive and susceptible to even the small movements of the head. The movements of the augmented object was not proper and was highly irregular, hence, I made the movements regular so that it is perceptible and more concrete.

hatespeechblogs

Annotation Idea Guidelines

2 minute read

Published:

With the emergence of a variety of social media platforms, and the freedom to express one’s thought, sadly, there is a lot of hateful content available on social media. Some platforms like Twitter filter out any posts which involve abusive and highly provocative language. However, Gab is a platform where freedom of speech is retained. Thus, hate content can be easily found on Gab. It becomes important to analyze the data, posts and comments. Hate Speech detection thus, plays an important role in identifying any kind of trend, troll, threat, etc:

Annotation Guidelines Refinement

2 minute read

Published:

To concretely define and come up with the approach for classification, it is required to think of the best architecture and techniques so as to beat the state of the art. Hence, I explored a lot of literature regarding the same which concerns with the newest approaches. Hence, I read the following papers :

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Literature Survey on Adversarial Attacks and their defense

9 minute read

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With the coming up of so many applications on which deep learning is proving to be impactful with high accuracies and precision. it is important to ensure it’s safety and security against adversarial attacks. It has been observed that deep neural networks are susceptible to adversarial attacks even in the form of small perturbations which are not conceivable by humans. My literature survey on this topic consists of the following papers and their details :

Nazi Element Classification

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The task of last week was to make a dataset for nazism element detection. I was provided with the positive examples, and I had to generate the negative ones. The initial given dataset consisted of around 2800 images in total belonging to various categories like :

  • 88_heil_hitler
  • nazi_eagle
  • nazi_swastikas
  • blut_und_ehre
  • nazi_flags
  • nazi_tattoo
  • crossed_grenade_emblem_nazism
  • nazi_parade
  • schwarze_sonne
  • hitler_salute
  • nazi_party
  • sieg_heil
  • meine_ehre_heisst_treue
  • nazi_propaganda
  • ss_death’s_head
  • nazi_bolts
  • nazi_rally
  • ss_iron_crosses

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Novel View Synthesis for human drawn sketches

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Till now, I researched through a lot of papers and were working with autoencoders to transform the canny edge images from one viewpoint to the other. This approach however doesn’t work on doodle based very lowly abstracted sketches which are more commonly drawn by humans. We tried cyclegan for this approach where we could get the required abstraction to the canny images, however, that approach didn’t give any fruitful results.

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Hate Speech Degree Detection on English Data - Blog Post 1

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Hate Speech Degree Detection on English Data

With the emergence of a variety of social media platforms, and the freedom to express one’s thought, sadly, there is a lot of hateful content available on social media. Some platforms like Twitter filter out any posts which involve abusive and highly provocative language. However, Gab is a platform where freedom of speech is retained. Thus, hate content can be easily found on Gab. It becomes important to analyze the data, posts and comments. Hate Speech detection thus, plays an important role in identifying any kind of trend, troll, threat, etc:

publications

talks

Talk 1 on Relevant Topic in Your Field

Published in UC San Francisco, Department of Testing, 2012

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teaching

Teaching experience 1

Published in University 1, Department, 2014

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Teaching experience 2

Published in University 1, Department, 2015

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