Call For Participation – Shared Task
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The Social Media Mining for Health Applications (#SMM4H) Shared Task involves natural language processing (NLP) challenges of using social media data for health research, including informal, colloquial expressions and misspellings of clinical concepts, noise, data sparsity, ambiguity, and multilingual posts. For each of the five tasks below, participating teams will be provided with a set of annotated tweets for developing systems, followed by a three-day window during which they will run their systems on unlabeled test data and upload the predictions of their systems to CodaLab. Information about registration, data access, paper submissions, and presentations can be found in the individual competition pages listed below.
|Training and validation set release||Dec 15 2020|
|Validation set submission due [Required]||Feb 15 2021|
|Test set release||Feb 26 – Mar 1 2021 ^|
|Test set predictions due||Mar 1 – Mar 4 2021 ^|
|Test set evaluation scores release||Mar 8|
|System descriptions due||Mar 15|
|Acceptance notification||Apr 1|
|Camera ready system descriptions||Apr 12|
Registration link : https://forms.gle/1qs3rdNLDxAph88n6
This task involves three subtasks: (1) Classification of tweets containing AEs (2) Extraction of AE mentions and (3) Extraction and Normalization of AE mentions. This is one of the oldest tasks making its 5th reappearance. Participants may participate in one or more subtasks. More details available here.
This task involves the binary classification of Russian tweets to detect tweets containing AEs. This is the second edition of the task hosted from last year. More details available here.
This task involves binary classification. The designed system should detect tweets where Twitter users self-declare changing their medication regimen. More details available here.
This task involves the binary classification of tweets to detect tweets that mention one or more adverse pregnancy outcomes . More details available here.
This task involves binary classification of tweets to detect self-reports of COVID-19 cases. More details available here.
This task involves a three class classification where the system needs to differentiate between COVID19 tweets to determine if they are (1) self-reports (2) non-personal reports or (3) literature/news mentions. More details available here.
This task involves two subtasks (1) Classification of tweets containing mentions of occupation/profession in spanish tweets (2) Span extraction of occupation/profession mentions. More details available here.
This task involves binary classification of tweets to determine if the tweet contains a self-report of breast cancer. More details available here.