/pol/ neural network (PNN)

Jackson Rivera
Jackson Rivera

When someone created a "Alt-Right" detector
Link: makeadverbsgreatagain.us/mlp/

You know what? We should out-do this son of a bitch.
Goal: To create a Neural Network that identifies friends and foes
Stage 1: Initial data collection
- Collect list of ~3K antifa Twitter accounts
- collect list of ~10K non-antifa Twitter accounts
Stage 2: Dump that into a antifa classification network
- Possibly use makeadverbsgreatagain.us/twitter-ml-2017-04-29.zip
- Feed in the data to a very powerful computer for training
- The code will scrape twitter accounts to see what they say
Stage 3: Finding of false positives and false negatives
- Gather a new set of antifa vs non-antifa accounts
- Input it into the machine to see what will happen
- Get the false positives/negatives to retrain the network
Stage 4: Antifa keyword sentiment analysis
- Using a sentiment classification network like the ones below
- github.com/danielegrattarola/twitter-sentiment-cnn
- github.com/xiaohan2012/twitter-sent-dnn
- See what keywords are positive and negative to them
Stage 5: Non-antifa group sentiment clustering
- Check the non-antifa list to see their sentiment to the keywords
- Use clustering algorithms to see which people have similar sentiments
- Interpret the clusters and add applicable labels to it
Stage 6: New group data classification and correction
- Manually check the result cluster for false positives/negatives
- Retrain the network for the clustering false positives/negatives
- Simply apply the result of 4~6, and apply the techniques in 1~3
- More indexes for discovering friend and foe

Article reference: medium.com/@conspirator0/identifying-political-bot-troll-social-media-activity-using-machine-learning-20dcd56e961a

Luke Gray
Luke Gray

enemy
antifa
not the kikes

Ayden Gutierrez
Ayden Gutierrez

Same thing applies, since one is the subset of the other

William Johnson
William Johnson

No actually it doesn't. Wasting time on antifa is just a D&C tactic you giant giga-kike. It would be the exact same thing if you had started this thread advocating to create one for the alt-kike too.

Joseph Davis
Joseph Davis

no code
we should
you start. don't bump this thread unless you have some code.

Thomas Flores
Thomas Flores

Not hunting antifa
Not hunting alt-kike
Only hunting kikes
So you want to hunt the hardest thing while neglecting the basic ones?
First of all, antifa and alt-kike are easier to hunt, there is a bigger. We can't just hunt jews right on the spot, because the number of users, and by extension data is very sparse compared to the former two.
Second of all, jews are very sneaky, they would hide their identity as hard as they can, and keyword analysis would be impossible unless we can sieve out false-positives and false-negatives.
Either get a list of 3000 jewish twitter accounts (and that is a minimum), or we don't make this happen in the first place.

Jonathan Ramirez
Jonathan Ramirez

thats preposterous. do you really think its hard to find a few thousand jews on twitter?

Noah Hill
Noah Hill

One jew leads a thousand reds, so it is harder to do by the numbers.

Mason Torres
Mason Torres

Dude, start with the coding. These eDgY posts are seconds lost forever for the cause.

Michael Ward
Michael Ward

it's a "/pol/ here I have a ridiculously unreasonable idea who wants to do it for me" episode #31626324

Sebastian Diaz
Sebastian Diaz

antifa are communists but somehow also simultaneously are 1% merchant banking kikes
alt-right are nazis but somehow also simultaneously are 1% merchant banking kikes
which side is telling the truth? or are you both equally retarded?

Luke Fisher
Luke Fisher

Shalom Herschel, posting for the cause early today i see.

ridiculously unreasonable
Is this RIDICULOUSLY unreasonable? I'd appreciate any clues why that is so.

This sounds interesting but unfortunately it seems that it'd have little to no use and it'd cost quite a bit to train the network. On the other hand, i can see a lot of people using the "Alt-Right" detector. I think that training a network for more specific things that the people who are interested in this (and a portion of a larger group of normies) deems "wrong" would make it MUCH more interesting and worth something. Making it detect echoy people double standards on who is fit for nationalism (think US and Israel), being able to show the specific part of articles/posts that makes the network believe that is the case, would be great by itself i think.

I can code but i haven't bothered to learn ML yet so i'm clueless how to implement such a system but i could help with the front end for making the detector usable to the masses. I'm pretty sure that if someone or some few people here who knows how to lead a project took the initiative, a bunch of other people would be willing to help! And hopefully this wouldn't end up like most /pol/ and Holla Forums projects.

An advice that i find very important for anyone writing any code related to this idea: Write it in an accessible language so the most people may help you. I'm pretty sure most people on /pol/ and Holla Forums mostly knows imperative ceiling-high level languages so keep that in mind. Try not writing anything in C or in Haskell for example, unless you're certain that you can get it done by yourself or with your buddies.

Brandon Parker
Brandon Parker

HOLY SHIT OP THIS SOUNDS RAD
I'll make the logo!!!

Ryder Lopez
Ryder Lopez

Write your own code, faggot. It's not hard. You can even do it in FORTH.

Write it in an accessible language so the most people may help you.
Anyone worth their salt can program in basically any language once they know syntax. With source available, syntax is obvious.

I'm pretty sure most people on /pol/ and Holla Forums mostly knows imperative ceiling-high level languages so keep that in mind
I would reckon <5% of /pol/ posters and <20% of Holla Forums posters can and do actually program.

Bentley James
Bentley James

Write your own code, faggot.
For various reasons OP probably can't do it by himself and he has created this thread because of that.

You can even do it in FORTH
It can also be done in Assembly.

Anyone worth their salt can program in basically any language once they know syntax. With source available, syntax is obvious.
We're on "Holla Forums", not a srs bsns mailing list where everybody has a degree in CS.

I would reckon <5% of /pol/ posters and <20% of Holla Forums posters can and do actually program.
I'm aware of that, by "people" i meant the people who know to code that can be of any help to this project.

Joseph Nelson
Joseph Nelson

write it in an accesible language
forth
not RUST
Heh. It's like you want to have bugs in your codes.

And no, literally nobody in Holla Forums knows how to code. Most don't even know what forth is.

Logan Thomas
Logan Thomas

It can also be done in Assembly.
But FORTH is more fun.

We're on "Holla Forums", not a srs bsns mailing list where everybody has a degree in CS.
This is why you don't belong here. You don't need a degree in CS to program. You don't need anything except a brain and the knowledge of the process of problem-solving. If you can think in logical steps, you can program.

FORTH doesn't have bugs, programmers bug FORTH.

Dominic Price
Dominic Price

I didn't realize it was you. Carry on being a rustcuck.

Carter Rogers
Carter Rogers

I'm not a Rustcuck. Can you read?
This is why /pol/ posters should be banned

Jaxon Johnson
Jaxon Johnson

Shut the fuck up rustcuck

Hunter Green
Hunter Green

But FORTH is more fun.
Yes, and faster to code. That's why higher level languages should be preferred for this project and not Assembly or FORTH.

This is why you don't belong here. You don't need a degree in CS to program. You don't need anything except a brain and the knowledge of the process of problem-solving. If you can think in logical steps, you can program.
This makes it seem like you are the one who doesn't know how to program.

Why are you posting here anyway? You're bumping the thread. You make yourself seem like you know so much but yet you waste your time here.
I'm not a /pol/ poster by the way, but i mostly dislike a big portion of what they dislike so this project interests me.

Brayden Myers
Brayden Myers

This makes it seem like you don't know how to program.*

Aaron Carter
Aaron Carter

polniggers are already just a bunch of markoff chains

Ayden Roberts
Ayden Roberts

/pol/
neural
An oxymoron if I ever saw one.

Logan Clark
Logan Clark

b-but the alt-right is real goyim! Be afraid, be very afraid!!

Dominic Taylor
Dominic Taylor

Very low effort attempt in thinking of how a website that had access to the network could look like. Considering that it'd be more like

Camden Jenkins
Camden Jenkins

This makes it seem like you are the one who doesn't know how to program.
How did you reach that conclusion? Programming is the process of solving a problem in a logical (if sometimes unintuitive) fashion.

You're bumping the thread.
what is sage

Jaxon Gomez
Jaxon Gomez

You bump the thread by proxy, like so.

Eli Rodriguez
Eli Rodriguez

You must be a subhuman with no self control