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Is it possible to do Text Classification on unlabeled data? (Feat. Zero-Shot Classification) [Experiment]
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Is it possible to do Text Classification on unlabeled data? (Feat. Zero-Shot Classification) [Experiment]

Last Updated on July 20, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Ala Alam Falaki

Originally published on Towards AI.

Is it possible to do Text Classification on unlabeled data? (Feat. Zero-Shot Classification) [Experiment]
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A couple of months ago, I did an experiment to answer the question: Is it possible to do sentiment analysis if we do not have the target labels? The process was to use an unsupervised algorithm to generate labels that will be used to fine-tune a BERT model. The experiment resulted in a fine-tuned BERT model with 71.1% accuracy. (Click here to read the full article)

In this piece, we will try to get better accuracy by using the Zer-Shot Classification method. These models are extremely handy when we do not have enough training data. They… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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