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MISAAC: Instant messaging tool for ciberbullying detection

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The efforts of education authorities to find ways to identify problems related to bullying, still have not considered ciberbullying, and have not taken the necessary measures to maintain proper control of the problem through computer applications. In this paper are proposed a security model based on agents, which can analyze the messages exchanged between children (ages 9 to 13) through chats that are used in classrooms, and emit warnings about the threats, which may be considered to address such problems. The information generated can be used for the detection of cyberbullying and offer psychological support to those that may be formed as aggressors, preventing that this behavior becomes a disease that could be avoided at an early age.




Pérez, P. J. C., Valdez, C. J. L., De Guadalupe Cota Ortiz, M., Barrera, J. P. S., & Pérez, P. F. (2012). MISAAC: Instant messaging tool for ciberbullying detection. In Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, ICAI 2012 (Vol. 2, pp. 1049–1052).

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