Researchers put 500 chatbots together in a Twitter-like environment and the results were a lot calmer than real-life social media.
A leading social platform takes a gentler (and admirable, though dangerous) approach to moderating its users.
Chaotic as X may be, it’s still the only viable platform for what’s happening right now — unless Threads cares to join it.
Another gross CEO moment shows off the increasing gulf between classes.
Roar Social wants to turn social media into an impactful engine for good causes — and a fun one at that.
The app will consider letting Oracle and others police its algorithm.
As the economy falters, influencers may lose clients and connections with their audiences.
The decentralized social platform is growing like crazy in the wake of Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover.