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Intent Classification Dataset Based on Customer Service Calls from Mobile Service Provider
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Intent Dataset from Customer Service Phone Calls Transcribed by TrueVoice's Mari

The truevoice-intent dataset was provided by TrueVoice through Khun Nattapote Kuslasayanon and Khun Suphavedee Trakulboon. The texts are transcribed from customer service phone calls to a mobile phone service provider. This dataset is a part of pyThaiNLP Thai text classification-benchmarks. texts column contains raw texts and texts_deepcut column contains those segmented by deepcut. For preliminary data exploration, see exploration.ipynb.

Special Tokens

  • xxxxxxxx is phone number.

Labeling Process

When the TrueVoice team performs the semantic tagging of each utterance (texts field of the dataset), they have a semantic intent extraction guildline for the taggers to do by asking them to look for:

  1. What will be the intent of the caller in terms of action (verb) such as request, enquire, complain, and so on (the action field of the dataset)?

  2. What will be the intent in term of objective such as phone issues, contact officers, balance inquiries and so on (the object field of the dataset)?

With these taggings, they then combined action and object tags together to identify the unique intent of the utterance. This way, it will be easy for the taggers to tag large amount of data in a structured way.

The destination field is where the customers will be routed to with a certain intent output such as agents with promotion skills, IVR self-service of bill payment and so on.


We provide 3 benchmarks for the 7-class multi-class classification of destination column in truevoice-intnet dataset: fastText, LinearSVC and ULMFit. In the transfer learning cases, we first finetune the embeddings using all data. The test set contains 20% of all data split by TrueVoice. The rest is split into 85/15 train-validation split randomly. Performance metrics are micro-averaged accuracy and F1 score. For more details, see classification.ipynb.

model accuracy micro-F1
fastText 0.384116 0.384116
LinearSVC-Tfidf 0.307876 0.327565
LinearSVC-CountVectorizer 0.902349 0.902349
ULMFit 0.834981 0.834981
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