Personality classification from text using bidirectional long short-term memory model
Source of Publication
Multimedia Tools and Applications
A personality is a blend of an individual’s psychological characteristics and qualities, displaying human behaviour. Recently, the development of computational models for personality recognition has received research scientists’ attention. Prior studies on personality trait prediction have used machine and deep learning techniques, which perform feature extraction but do not retain long-term dependencies. In this study, we apply a deep learning model, namely BiLSTM, that can maintain long-term dependencies in both forward and backward directions for personality prediction on a benchmark essay dataset. The suggested model outperforms current strategies in classifying the user’s personality attributes. With this research’s findings, firms may make better judgments about hiring personnel. They may also use the research findings to choose, manage, and optimize their strategies, activities, and commodities.
Springer Science and Business Media LLC
BiLSTM, Deep learning, Extravert, Introvert, Personality recognition
Khattak, Asad; Jellani, Nosheen; Asghar, Muhammad Zubair; and Asghar, Usama, "Personality classification from text using bidirectional long short-term memory model" (2023). All Works. 6060.
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