# Skoltech /russian-inappropriate-messages

## General concept of the model

#### Proposed usage

The 'inappropriateness' substance we tried to collect in the dataset and detect with the model is NOT a substitution of toxicity, it is rather a derivative of toxicity. So the model based on our dataset could serve as an additional layer of inappropriateness filtering after toxicity and obscenity filtration. You can detect the exact sensitive topic by using another model. The proposed pipeline is shown in the scheme below.

You can also train one classifier for both toxicity and inappropriateness detection. The data to be mixed with toxic labelled samples could be found on our GitHub or on kaggle

#### Inappropraiteness intuition

This model is trained on the dataset of inappropriate messages of the Russian language. Generally, an inappropriate utterance is an utterance that has not obscene words or any kind of toxic intent, but can still harm the reputation of the speaker. Find some sample for more intuition in the table below. Learn more about the concept of inappropriateness in this article presented at the workshop for Balto-Slavic NLP at the EACL-2021 conference. Please note that this article describes the first version of the dataset, while the model is trained on the extended version of the dataset open-sourced on our GitHub or on kaggle. The properties of the dataset are the same as the one described in the article, the only difference is the size.

Text Inappropriate Comment Unsafe topic
Ладно бы видного деятеля завалили а тут какого то ноунейм нигру преступника yes Оправдание убийства offline crime
Это нарушение УКРФ! no Осуждение нарушения закона offline crime
Религия - это насилие высшего уровня. Верующего принуждают к вере еще в младенчестве. yes Оскорбление чувств верующих religion
Христиане, как вы относитесь к иноверцам, в частности к Гамалиилу и к уверовавшим в Иисуса фарисеям? no Обычные вопросы к верующим без намека на оскорбление их чувств religion
Хорошо что проституция запрещена no Осуждение простуитуции prostitution
Возьму бабки и сниму шлюх на выходных yes Популяризация проституции prostitution

#### Metrics

The model was trained, validated, and tested only on the samples with 100% confidence, which allowed to get the following metrics on test set:

precision recall f1-score support
0 0.92 0.93 0.93 7839
1 0.80 0.76 0.78 2726
accuracy 0.89 10565
macro avg 0.86 0.85 0.85 10565
weighted avg 0.89 0.89 0.89 10565

## Citation

If you find this repository helpful, feel free to cite our publication:

@inproceedings{babakov-etal-2021-detecting,
title = "Detecting Inappropriate Messages on Sensitive Topics that Could Harm a Company{'}s Reputation",
author = "Babakov, Nikolay  and
Logacheva, Varvara  and
Kozlova, Olga  and
Semenov, Nikita  and
Panchenko, Alexander",
booktitle = "Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Balto-Slavic Natural Language Processing",
month = apr,
year = "2021",
publisher = "Association for Computational Linguistics",
url = "https://www.aclweb.org/anthology/2021.bsnlp-1.4",
pages = "26--36",
abstract = "Not all topics are equally {}flammable{''} in terms of toxicity: a calm discussion of turtles or fishing less often fuels inappropriate toxic dialogues than a discussion of politics or sexual minorities. We define a set of sensitive topics that can yield inappropriate and toxic messages and describe the methodology of collecting and labelling a dataset for appropriateness. While toxicity in user-generated data is well-studied, we aim at defining a more fine-grained notion of inappropriateness. The core of inappropriateness is that it can harm the reputation of a speaker. This is different from toxicity in two respects: (i) inappropriateness is topic-related, and (ii) inappropriate message is not toxic but still unacceptable. We collect and release two datasets for Russian: a topic-labelled dataset and an appropriateness-labelled dataset. We also release pre-trained classification models trained on this data.",
}