The Semantic Web provides an enticing vision of our online future. This next-generation Web will enable intelligent computer assistants to work autonomously on our behalf: scheduling our appointments, doing our shopping, finding the information we need, and connecting us with like-minded individuals.
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A single-character change in how tweets are distributed highlights a massive strategic decision for Twitter.
When I first started using Twitter, I’d start my tweets with the names of other users. I wanted to give them credit for their ideas. I later discovered very few people even saw my tweets because of how they were composed.
A unique real-world experiment, powered by an AI, that highlights the rewards and challenges of treating people on Twitter like individuals.
Read the full report on Primal for Twitter, a personal intelligent assistant for content discovery.
First published on Medium.com.
In business, vision isn’t some mythical ability to see the future. It’s about being able to recognize a pattern and apply it to something new, before others see it coming.
In this post, we’ll introduce you to one such pattern, the gestation of new media within old media.
Source Talking Politics
Bots have a bad reputation. Whether they’re sinister botnets, carrying out coordinated attacks, or annoying spambots, polluting our digital universe with crappy auto-generated content, bots are a much maligned bunch.
You might ask, if bots are bad and a huge portion of Twitter activity is already generated by bots, Why is Primal creating another one?
Small conversational data such as tweets or text messages are a goldmine of individual interests. Millions of people everyday tweet about their favourite food, send a Kik or Facebook message about a recent TV episode, or take a photo on Instagram while attending a sporting event or concert.