TrelBERT is a BERT-based Language Model trained on data from Polish Twitter using Masked Language Modeling objective. It is based on HerBERT model and therefore released under the same license - CC BY 4.0.
We trained our model starting from
herbert-base-cased checkpoint and continued MLM training using data collected from Twitter.
The data we used for MLM fine-tuning was approximately 45 million Polish tweets. We trained the model for 1 epoch with a learning rate
5e-5 and batch size
2184 using AdamW optimizer.
For each Tweet, the user handles that occur in the beginning of the text were removed, as they are not part of the message content but only represent who the user is replying to. The remaining user handles were replaced by "@anonymized_account". Links were replaced with a special @URL token.
We use HerBERT tokenizer with two special tokens added for preprocessing purposes as described above (@anonymized_account, @URL). Maximum sequence length is set to 128, based on the analysis of Twitter data distribution.
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KLEJ Benchmark results
We fine-tuned TrelBERT to KLEJ benchmark tasks and achieved the following results:
For fine-tuning to KLEJ tasks we used Polish RoBERTa scripts, which we modified to use
transformers library. For the CBD task, we set the maximum sequence length to 128 and implemented the same preprocessing procedure as in the MLM phase.
Our model achieved 1st place in cyberbullying detection (CBD) task in the KLEJ leaderboard. Overall, it reached 7th place, just below HerBERT model.
Jakub Bartczuk, Krzysztof Dziedzic, Piotr Falkiewicz, Alicja Kotyla, Wojciech Szmyd, Michał Zobniów, Artur Zygadło
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