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CREEP - Cyberbulling Effects Prevention
Project CREEP (Cyberbulling Effects Prevention) aims at identifying and preventing the possible negative impacts of cyberbullying on young people. It seeks to realise advanced technologies for the early detection of cyberbullying phenomena through the monitoring of social media and the communication of preventive advices and personalized recommendations tailored to adolescents’ needs through a virtual coaching system (chatbot).
Project CREEP is addressed to students, teachers and parents, as well as to all operators in the field of education and health that act at the local level to prevent and combat cyberbullying.
- Michele Corazza, Stefano Menini, Pinar Arslan, Rachele Sprugnoli, Elena Cabrio, Sara Tonelli, Serena Villata. Comparing Different Supervised Approaches to Hate Speech Detection. To appear in proceedings of Evalita 2018, Torino, Italy
- Rachele Sprugnoli, Stefano Menini, Sara Tonelli, Filippo Oncini and Enrico Piras. Creating a WhatsApp Dataset to Study Pre-teen Cyberbullying. ALW2: 2nd Workshop on Abusive Language Online, Bruxelles, Belgium, 2018
- Michele Corazza, Stefano Menini, Pinar Arslan, Rachele Sprugnoli, Elena Cabrio, Sara Tonelli, Serena Villata. InriaFBK at Germeval 2018: Identifying Offensive Tweets Using Recurrent Neural Networks. Germeval, Vienna, Austria, 2018
Project CREEP (Cyberbullying Effects Prevention) aims at preventing the negative impacts of cyberbullying on young people, by monitoring social media and deploying a personalised virtual coaching system for managing the most at-risk situations.
CREEP is coordinated by the ICT Center of Fondazione Bruno Kessler in Trento – Italy, in partnership with the Italian company Expert System, the eCrime research group of the University of Trento, the French research center Inria and the German startup Neuronation.