Introducing our SemEval task
Online sexism is a growing problem. To tackle it at scale, we need better tools for finding and fighting sexist content. That is why we at Rewire are very excited to host a shared task on the explainable detection of online sexism at SemEval 2023, the top venue for shared tasks in Natural Language Processing.
Our SemEval task encourages researchers to build systems that go beyond high-level categories like “sexist” or “not sexist” content. Instead, the goal is to identify more fine-grained types of sexism, that help provide justification for why content is sexist. To find out more, and to participate in the shared task, visit our CodaLab competition page.
Rewire and Meta AI
This SemEval task grew out of our joint work with Meta AI, and it reflects our commitment to supporting open-access research for improving online safety. In the same spirit, we offer researchers free access to the Rewire API for toxic content detection.
Want to help make the internet a better place?
Find out more about the task and take part by clicking the link below!