Detection of Potential Terrorist and Radical Content Employing Machine Learning
Sujeet Mahajan, Dr. Sachin Patel
Radical Content, Counter-terrorism, social networks, text analysis, Bayesian Regularization, accuracy
With the emergence of social media as a common platform for communication among different people and communities at large, the chances for malicious usage of social media platforms for malicious activities has also increased manifold. One such malicious activity is spreading radical content over social media platforms due to the ease of sharing among several individuals and groups. The challenging aspect though for social media agencies or security agencies is the screening of humongous amounts of data to detect radical content. With no clear boundary to demarcate radical and non-radical content, the classification problem becomes challenging as the data size increases.[1]The proposed work presents an artificial intelligence based technique for detection of radical content. The proposed approach uses the concept of dictionary learning to train a Bayesian Regularized artificial neural network. The performance evaluation parameters are the number of iterations, absolute time and the accuracy. It has been shown that while the proposed system attains a classification accuracy of 97% compared to 89% of previous work.
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Unique Paper ID: 158110

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 10

Page(s): 481 - 488
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