Nishat Raihan


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EmoMix-3L: A Code-Mixed Dataset for Bangla-English-Hindi for Emotion Detection
Nishat Raihan | Dhiman Goswami | Antara Mahmud | Antonios Anastasopoulos | Marcos Zampieri
Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Indian Language Data: Resources and Evaluation

Code-mixing is a well-studied linguistic phenomenon that occurs when two or more languages are mixed in text or speech. Several studies have been conducted on building datasets and performing downstream NLP tasks on code-mixed data. Although it is not uncommon to observe code-mixing of three or more languages, most available datasets in this domain contain code-mixed data from only two languages. In this paper, we introduce EmoMix-3L, a novel multi-label emotion detection dataset containing code-mixed data from three different languages. We experiment with several models on EmoMix-3L and we report that MuRIL outperforms other models on this dataset.

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MentalHelp: A Multi-Task Dataset for Mental Health in Social Media
Nishat Raihan | Sadiya Sayara Chowdhury Puspo | Shafkat Farabi | Ana-Maria Bucur | Tharindu Ranasinghe | Marcos Zampieri
Proceedings of the 2024 Joint International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-COLING 2024)

Early detection of mental health disorders is an essential step in treating and preventing mental health conditions. Computational approaches have been applied to users’ social media profiles in an attempt to identify various mental health conditions such as depression, PTSD, schizophrenia, and eating disorders. The interest in this topic has motivated the creation of various depression detection datasets. However, annotating such datasets is expensive and time-consuming, limiting their size and scope. To overcome this limitation, we present MentalHelp, a large-scale semi-supervised mental disorder detection dataset containing 14 million instances. The corpus was collected from Reddit and labeled in a semi-supervised way using an ensemble of three separate models - flan-T5, Disor-BERT, and Mental-BERT.

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An Extensible Massively Multilingual Lexical Simplification Pipeline Dataset using the MultiLS Framework
Matthew Shardlow | Fernando Alva-Manchego | Riza Batista-Navarro | Stefan Bott | Saul Calderon Ramirez | Rémi Cardon | Thomas François | Akio Hayakawa | Andrea Horbach | Anna Huelsing | Yusuke Ide | Joseph Marvin Imperial | Adam Nohejl | Kai North | Laura Occhipinti | Nelson Peréz Rojas | Nishat Raihan | Tharindu Ranasinghe | Martin Solis Salazar | Marcos Zampieri | Horacio Saggion
Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Tools and Resources for People with REAding DIfficulties (READI) @ LREC-COLING 2024

We present preliminary findings on the MultiLS dataset, developed in support of the 2024 Multilingual Lexical Simplification Pipeline (MLSP) Shared Task. This dataset currently comprises of 300 instances of lexical complexity prediction and lexical simplification across 10 languages. In this paper, we (1) describe the annotation protocol in support of the contribution of future datasets and (2) present summary statistics on the existing data that we have gathered. Multilingual lexical simplification can be used to support low-ability readers to engage with otherwise difficult texts in their native, often low-resourced, languages.