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Early Detection of Mental Health Disorders by Social Media Monitoring: The First Five Years of the eRisk Project (Studies in Computational Intelligence, nr. 1018)

Editat de Fabio Crestani, David E. Losada, Javier Parapar
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eRisk stands for Early Risk Prediction on the Internet. It is concerned with the exploration of techniques for the early detection of mental health disorders which manifest in the way people write and communicate on the internet, in particular in user generated content (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, or other social media).

Early detection technologies can be employed in several different areas but particularly in those related to health and safety. For instance, early alerts could be sent when the writing of a teenager starts showing increasing signs of depression, or when a social media user starts showing suicidal inclinations, or again when a potential offender starts publishing antisocial threats on a blog, forum or social network. 

eRisk has been the pioneer of a new interdisciplinary area of research that is potentially applicable to a wide variety of situations, problems and personal profiles.

This book presents the best results of the first five years of the eRisk project which started in 2017 and developed into one of the most successful track of CLEF, the Conference and Lab of the Evaluation Forum.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783031044304
ISBN-10: 3031044304
Ilustrații: XII, 328 p. 70 illus., 50 illus. in color.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.69 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2022
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Studies in Computational Intelligence

Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

Early Risk Prediction of Mental Health Disorders.- The Challenge of Early Risk Prediction on the Internet.- A Survey of the First Five Years of eRisk: Findings and Conclusions.- From Bag-of-Words to Transformers: A Deep Dive into the Participation in the eRisk Early Risk Detection of Depression Tasks with Classical and new Approaches.

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eRisk stands for Early Risk Prediction on the Internet. It is concerned with the exploration of techniques for the early detection of mental health disorders which manifest in the way people write and communicate on the internet, in particular in user generated content (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, or other social media).

Early detection technologies can be employed in several different areas but particularly in those related to health and safety. For instance, early alerts could be sent when the writing of a teenager starts showing increasing signs of depression, or when a social media user starts showing suicidal inclinations, or again when a potential offender starts publishing antisocial threats on a blog, forum or social network. 

eRisk has been the pioneer of a new interdisciplinary area of research that is potentially applicable to a wide variety of situations, problems and personal profiles.

This book presents the best results of the first five years of the eRisk project which started in 2017 and developed into one of the most successful track of CLEF, the Conference and Lab of the Evaluation Forum.


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Presents techniques for the early Detection of Mental Health Disorders by Social Media Monitoring
Recent research on eRisk which stands for Early Risk Prediction on the Internet
Presents the best results of the first five years of the eRisk project