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HeBERT: Pre-trained BERT for Polarity Analysis and Emotion Recognition

HeBERT is a Hebrew pretrained language model. It is based on Google's BERT architecture and it is BERT-Base config (Devlin et al. 2018).

HeBert was trained on three dataset:

  1. A Hebrew version of OSCAR (Ortiz, 2019): ~9.8 GB of data, including 1 billion words and over 20.8 millions sentences.
  2. A Hebrew dump of Wikipedia: ~650 MB of data, including over 63 millions words and 3.8 millions sentences
  3. Emotion UGC data that was collected for the purpose of this study. (described below) We evaluated the model on emotion recognition and sentiment analysis, for a downstream tasks.

Emotion UGC Data Description

Our User Genrated Content (UGC) is comments written on articles collected from 3 major news sites, between January 2020 to August 2020,. Total data size ~150 MB of data, including over 7 millions words and 350K sentences. 4000 sentences annotated by crowd members (3-10 annotators per sentence) for 8 emotions (anger, disgust, expectation , fear, happy, sadness, surprise and trust) and overall sentiment / polarity
In order to valid the annotation, we search an agreement between raters to emotion in each sentence using krippendorff's alpha (krippendorff, 1970). We left sentences that got alpha > 0.7. Note that while we found a general agreement between raters about emotion like happy, trust and disgust, there are few emotion with general disagreement about them, apparently given the complexity of finding them in the text (e.g. expectation and surprise).

How to use

For masked-LM model (can be fine-tunned to any down-stream task)

from transformers import AutoTokenizer, AutoModel
tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained("avichr/heBERT")
model = AutoModel.from_pretrained("avichr/heBERT")
    
from transformers import pipeline
fill_mask = pipeline(
    "fill-mask",
    model="avichr/heBERT",
    tokenizer="avichr/heBERT"
)
fill_mask("הקורונה לקחה את [MASK] ולנו לא נשאר דבר.")

For sentiment classification model (polarity ONLY):

from transformers import AutoTokenizer, AutoModel, pipeline
tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained("avichr/heBERT_sentiment_analysis") #same as 'avichr/heBERT' tokenizer
model = AutoModel.from_pretrained("avichr/heBERT_sentiment_analysis")

# how to use?
sentiment_analysis = pipeline(
    "sentiment-analysis",
    model="avichr/heBERT_sentiment_analysis",
    tokenizer="avichr/heBERT_sentiment_analysis",
    return_all_scores = True
)

>>>  sentiment_analysis('אני מתלבט מה לאכול לארוחת צהריים')    
[[{'label': 'natural', 'score': 0.9978172183036804},
{'label': 'positive', 'score': 0.0014792329166084528},
{'label': 'negative', 'score': 0.0007035882445052266}]]

>>>  sentiment_analysis('קפה זה טעים')
[[{'label': 'natural', 'score': 0.00047328314394690096},
{'label': 'possitive', 'score': 0.9994067549705505},
{'label': 'negetive', 'score': 0.00011996887042187154}]]

>>>  sentiment_analysis('אני לא אוהב את העולם')
[[{'label': 'natural', 'score': 9.214012970915064e-05}, 
{'label': 'possitive', 'score': 8.876807987689972e-05}, 
{'label': 'negetive', 'score': 0.9998190999031067}]]

Our model is also available on AWS! for more information visit AWS' git

For NER model:

    from transformers import pipeline
    
    # how to use?
    NER = pipeline(
        "token-classification",
        model="avichr/heBERT_NER",
        tokenizer="avichr/heBERT_NER",
    )
    NER('דויד לומד באוניברסיטה העברית שבירושלים')

Stay tuned!

We are still working on our model and will edit this page as we progress.
Note that we have released only sentiment analysis (polarity) at this point, emotion detection will be released later on.
our git: https://github.com/avichaychriqui/HeBERT

If you use this model please cite us as :

Chriqui, A., & Yahav, I. (2022). HeBERT & HebEMO: a Hebrew BERT Model and a Tool for Polarity Analysis and Emotion Recognition. INFORMS Journal on Data Science, forthcoming.

@article{chriqui2021hebert,
  title={HeBERT \& HebEMO: a Hebrew BERT Model and a Tool for Polarity Analysis and Emotion Recognition},
  author={Chriqui, Avihay and Yahav, Inbal},
  journal={INFORMS Journal on Data Science},
  year={2022}
}
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