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Stefano Menini, Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Sara Tonelli. A Multimodal Dataset of Images and Text to Study Abusive Language. Proceedings of the Seventh Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics, Bologna, Italy, March 1-3, 2021.
Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Stefano Menini, Sara Tonelli. The CREENDER Tool for Creating Multimodal Datasets of Images and Comments. Proceedings of the Seventh Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics, Bologna, Italy, March 1-3, 2021.
Federico Bonetti, Sara Tonelli. Challenges in Designing Games with a Purpose for Abusive Language Annotation. Proceedings of the First Workshop on Bridging Human-Computer Interaction and Natural Language Processing, 2021.
Marta Marchiori Manerba, Sara Tonelli. Fine-Grained Fairness Analysis of Abusive Language Detection Systems with CheckList. Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Online Abuse and Harms (WOAH 2021).
Elisa Leonardelli, Stefano Menini, Alessio Palmero Aprosio Marco Guerini, Sara Tonelli. Agreeing to Disagree: Annotating Offensive Language Datasets with Annotators’ Disagreement. Proceedings of the 2021 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing.
Federico Bonetti, Sara Tonelli. Measuring Orthogonal Mechanics in Linguistic Annotation Games. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, 2021.
Federico Bonetti, Elisa Leonardelli, Daniela Trotta, Raffaele Guarasci and Sara Tonelli. Work Hard, Play Hard: Collecting Acceptability Annotations through a 3D Game. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2022), Marseille, France.
Federico Bonetti, Sara Tonelli. An Analysis of Abusive Language Data Collected through a Game with a Purpose. Proceedings of Games and NLP Workshop, Marseille, France.
Alan Ramponi, Sara Tonelli. Features or Spurious Artifacts? Data-centric Baselines for Fair and Robust Hate Speech Detection. Proceedings of the 2022 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies, pages 3027–3040, Seattle, United States. Association for Computational Linguistics.