Anfang April kündigte Twitter die Verbesserung des Machine Learnings an. Diese sollen es Twitter erleichtern, Nutzerinnen und Nutzer relevante Tweets und Themen zu zeigen und Massnahmen bei Tweets zu ergreifen, die gegen die Twitterregeln verstossen.
Machine learning may seem technical but it's what helps us show you relevant Tweets and Topics, and take action on Tweets that may break our rules.— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) April 14, 2021
We're sharing more about the work we're doing to develop responsible ways to use ML to benefit you: https://t.co/FOFYH36TCe
now you can bless the Tweets in your Fleets with pics of baby pigeons or whatever pics and vids you want really— Twitter (@Twitter) April 20, 2021
rolling out on iOS pic.twitter.com/LAtuRvTTFv
Time to Tweet those high res pics –– the option to upload and view 4K images on Android and iOS is now available for everyone.— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) April 21, 2021
To start uploading and viewing images in 4K, update your high-quality image preferences in “Data usage” settings. https://t.co/XDnWOji3nx
Over the next few days, we will begin deploying automated tools to build on our efforts to label Tweets that may contain misleading information around COVID-19 vaccinations. These tools will help our teams gradually scale their enforcement of our COVID-19 misinformation policies. https://t.co/g4VOlUVSOJ— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) April 6, 2021
Today, we’re excited to introduce Twitter’s first Global Impact Report, a cohesive representation of our work across corporate responsibility, sustainability, and philanthropy. https://t.co/iO3c82ubDl— Twitter For Good (@TwitterForGood) April 7, 2021
At Twitter, we’re committed to transforming our environmental footprint.— Twitter Public Policy (@Policy) April 22, 2021
We each have an opportunity to play a part, big or small, and from wherever we are in the world.
There’s more to do, and we’re grateful for the progress we’ve made. Happy #EarthDay from Team Twitter! 🌏
As COVID-19 vaccinations become more widely available, we want you to have access to the latest vaccine info in your country.— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) April 26, 2021
This week you’ll see a prompt in your timeline that links to sources about vaccine safety, efficacy, and news from public health experts.