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Angel Felipe Magnossão de Paula

Mar 9, 2021, 10:23:05 AMMar 9
to PAN Workshop Series on Digital Text Forensics


I’d like to know if the PAN organization will inform the competition results before the   Participant paper submission on May 28, 2021.

Thanks in advance!

Paolo Rosso

Mar 9, 2021, 10:52:09 AMMar 9
Hi Angel

This is the plan...but you never know in this unpredictable time:
maybe because of a meteorite in between the two dates or a visit
back from Mars...

Stay tuned!


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Paolo Rosso

Mar 15, 2021, 7:09:05 PMMar 15
Due to its diffusion in social media, it is important to detect Hate
Speech and fight against problems such as misogyny and xenophobia. At
PAN 2021 we aim at identifying possible hate speech spreaders on
Twitter as a first step towards preventing hate speech from being
propagated online:

We propose the task both in English and in Spanish. Although we
recommend to participate in both languages, it is possible to address
the problem just for one language.

The training dataset (where the authors have been anonymised and
neutral labels have been used) can be requested via Zenodo:

Important dates:
March 31, 2021: Early bird software submission phase (optional)
April 28, 2021: Software submission phase
May 28, 2021: Participant working notes submission (optional)
June 11, 2021: Peer review notification
July 2, 2021: Camera-ready participant papers submission
September 21-24, 2021: CLEF conference

The organisers of HATERS, the PAN 2021 shared task on HATE speech
spreadeRS on Twitter

Francisco Rangel, Paolo Rosso, Gretel Liz De La Peña, Elisabetta
Fersini, BERTa Chulvi

Paolo Rosso

Apr 15, 2021, 7:22:25 AMApr 15
Hi everybody

We were a bit late with uploading the test set and also with giving
access to the VMs on the
TIRA platform, therefore it makes sense not to be strict with deadlines.

If someone of you still wants to have an early bird try, it's still possible.
Otherwise, we hope to have all of you on board for the submission of
your final run at the end
of the month.

Regards and good luck!

Paolo & rest of HATERS (organisers of the shared task on Profiling HATERS...)

Paolo Rosso

Apr 22, 2021, 8:54:14 AMApr 22
to,, Francisco Manuel Rangel Pardo
Dear participants of the Profiling haters shared task,

Due to the TIRA outages continue, if you want you are allowed to submit your
early-bird and/or final submissions directly by email.

Please do it sending an email to Francisco Manuel Rangel Pardo
with me on Cc if you want.

Best regards


Roberto Labadie Tamayo

Apr 23, 2021, 2:14:54 PMApr 23
to PAN Workshop Series on Digital Text Forensics
My question is: do I have to send an email with my code attached as well as the  requeriments.txt or do you provide the test data without the truth.txt file and I submit the prediction files?

Best regards

Paolo Rosso

Apr 30, 2021, 5:56:17 AMApr 30
to, Francisco Manuel Rangel Pardo
Dear participants,

Things seem to have improved but due to partial power outage last week
in one of the the server rooms, the TIRA platform seem still not fully
operational, and our colleagues in Germany cannot provide new virtual
machines at the moment.

Although as soon as the power malfunction is fixed they will do their
best to provide all requested machines, we know that many of you have
to submit your run in the next week or maximum two (some of you as a
project or part of your work for your MSc and PhD).

Therefore, as I already mentioned in a previous email last week, in
the Profiling HATERS shared task, we decided to offer you the possibility
to ask directly for the test dataset to Kico Rangel (on Cc) and to
send him the final results.

The last thing we would like you is to cause you any problems with the
work you have to do in the framework of your project / MSc/ PhD or
simply getting frustrated and decide to quit.

Have a nice weekend

On behalf of the organisers of the shared task on Profiling HATERS

Paolo Rosso

Jun 26, 2021, 1:18:49 PMJun 26
Dear participants,

We finally finished the reproducibility test of the systems that were not
evaluated via TIRA.

You can find the final ranking of the shared task here:

Thanks for participating and congratulations to all of you!

Paolo Rosso
On behalf of all the organisers of the shared task on Profiling HATERS

Paolo Rosso

Sep 27, 2021, 12:25:05 PMSep 27
Dear PAN participants and colleagues,

The Multimedia Automatic Misogyny Identification (MAMI) task at
SemEval-2022 consists in the identification of misogynous memes,
taking advantage of both text and images available as source of
information. The task will be organized around two main sub-tasks:

- Sub-task A: a basic task about misogynous meme identification, where
a meme should be categorized either as misogynous or not misogynous;

-Sub-task B: an advanced task, where the type of misogyny should be
recognized among potential overlapping categories such as stereotype,
shaming, objectification and violence.

We inform colleagues and students that the training dataset is now available.

The next important dates are:

Evaluation data ready: December 3, 2021
Evaluation start: January 10, 2022
Evaluation end: by January 31, 2022

More information can be found here:

The MAMI task organisers
Elisabetta Fersini, Francesca Gasparini, Aurora Saibene - University
of Milano-Bicocca
Alyssa Lees, Jeffrey Sorensen - Google Jigsaw, New York
Berta Chulví, Paolo Rosso - Universitat Politècnica de València

Paolo Rosso

Nov 23, 2021, 1:31:27 PM (4 days ago) Nov 23
Hi everybody

We'll wait you all in Valencia, in June: sunshine guaranteed ;-)


Apologies for multiple copies


27th International Conference on Natural Language & Information
Systems (NLDB 2022)
June 15-17, 2022, Valencia, Spain

NLDB 2022 invites authors to submit papers for oral or poster
presentations on unpublished research that addresses theoretical
aspects, algorithms, applications, architectures for applied and
integrated NLP, resources for applied NLP, and other aspects of NLP,
as well as survey and discussion papers.

CONFERENCE TOPICS (not limited to)
Social Media and Web Analytics
Deep Learning and eXplainable Artificial Intelligence
Argumentation Mining and Applications
Question Answering
Corpus Analysis
Semantic Web, Open Linked Data, and Ontologies
Natural Language in Conceptual Modeling
Natural language and Ubiquitous Computing
Big Data and Business Intelligence

Authors should follow the LNCS format: submissions can be full papers
(12 pages maximum including references), short papers (8 pages
including references) or papers for a poster presentation (6 pages
including references).

Paper submission: 28 February 2022
Notification of acceptance: 1 April 2022
Camera-ready papers: 12 April 2022
Conference: 15-17 June 2022

Eneko Agirre, University of the Basque Country / HiTZ Centre on
Language Technology
Lucie Flek, University of Marburg

Ramit Sawhney, Lead AI Scientist at ShareChat

Valerio Basile, University of Turin, Italy
Raquel Martínez, UNED, Spain

The Proceedings of NLDB 2022 will be published as part of the Lecture
Notes in Computer Science book serie.
As in the previous editions, we plan to publish the extended version
of the best papers in the Data & Knowledge Engineering Journal

NLDB 2022 will be held at the Universitat Politècnica de València,
Spain. Although we plan to organize the conference in an hybrid mode,
we sincerely hope to see you in Valencia!

Paolo Rosso, Elisabeth Métais, Farid Meziane
NLDB-2022 general chairs


Paolo Rosso

Nov 24, 2021, 2:39:46 AM (3 days ago) Nov 24
Apologies for multiple copies...

#good-start #irony



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Systems (NLDB 2022)
June 15-17, 2022, Valencia, Spain
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