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We apply our approach to generate training data for a hate speech classification task in the Hindi language and Vietnamese. Our findings show that a model trained using this method outperforms simple language translation for all tasks and performs better than an original curated dataset when tested on a new dataset. This method can be used to bootstrap hate speech detection models from scratch in low-resource language settings. As the growth of social media within these contexts continues to outstrip response efforts, this work furthers our capacities for detection, understanding, and response
In a race against the clock, players embark on a dangerous adventure. Within moments, the journey goes haywire. Lost and alone, the player finds themselves stranded. In this VR interactive narrative, players fight to survive the dangerous landscape. Utilizing Oculus Rift, Unity, and unique interaction paradigms, Ares explores a wide range of new techniques in VR storytelling. This distinctive, immersive experience will test user's survival skills and offer an exciting challenge.
Previous research have proved the competency of AI models over human, such like the Deep Blue beating human chess players. In this project, we designed and developed a Gomoku tutor powered by AlphaZero.

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