After having addressed several aspects of author profiling in social media from 2013 to 2018 (age and gender, also together with personality, gender and language variety, and gender from a multimodality perspective), this year at PAN we aim at investigating whether the author of a Twitter feed is a bot or a human. Furthermore, in case of human, to profile the gender of the author. As in previous years, we propose the task from a multilingual perspective: English and Spanish.
The training dataset of this year's author profiling task is available at: https://pan.webis.de/clef19/pan19-web/author-profiling.html
Kindly contact us to obtain the password to uncompress the dataset. Remember, the use of the datasets (and their contained data) is limited to research purposes.
March 15, 2019 Early bird software submission April 15, 2019 TIRA evaluation phase opens May 11, 2019 TIRA evaluation phase deadline May 24, 2019 Participant paper submission June 07, 2019 Peer review notification June 28, 2019 Camery-ready participant papers submission tba Early bird conference registration September 09-12, 2019, CLEF Conference, Lugano, Switzerland
On behalf of the organisers of the Author Profiling task at PAN,
Francisco Rangel & Paolo Rosso
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