Automatic Hate Speech Detection: A Literature Review
Hate speech has been an ongoing problem on the Internet for many years. Besides, social media, especially Facebook, and Twitter have given it a global stage where those hate speeches can spread far more rapidly. Every social media platform needs to implement an effective hate speech detection system to remove offensive content in real-time. There are various approaches to identify hate speech, such as Rule-Based, Machine Learning based, deep learning based and Hybrid approach. Since this is a review paper, we explained the valuable works of various authors who have invested their valuable time in studying to identifying hate speech using various approaches.
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