Tesla CEO Elon Musk has warned Twitter users that they are being manipulated by “algorithms” in ways they do not understand. “You’re being driven by algorithms the way you don’t understand,” Mask wrote on Twitter.
Musk’s tweet came just days after he suspended a $ 44 billion Twitter deal for pending details in support of calculations that spam and fake accounts represent less than 5 percent of users.
Musk says it’s important for users to “fix” their Twitter feeds. Musk suggests the following three steps that can be taken:
1. Tap the ‘Home’ button
2. Tap the star at the top right of the screen
3. Select the latest tweets
“It’s easy to switch back and forth to see the difference,” Musk wrote.
“(This message was brought to you by Illuminaughty),” Mask wrote in another tweet.
The former Twitter CEO responded to Musk’s tweet. Jack Dorsey wrote, “It was designed to save you time when you were away from the app for a while.” “The tension also goes back to the opposite crone to refresh,” he added.
Meanwhile, Elon Musk said on Saturday that Twitter Inc.’s legal team had accused him of violating an undisclosed agreement that the size of the social media platform’s check on automated users was 100.
“Twitter has been told to legally complain that I violated their NDA by revealing the size of the bot check sample size 100!” Mask tweeted on Saturday.
The world’s richest man, Mask, has been tweeting lately that one of his priorities would be to remove “spam bots” from the platform.
(With input from Reuters)
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