You are being manipulated by the Twitter algorithm in ways you don’t realize., Elon Musk pinned tweet also stated three important things to fix your Twitter feed.
Elon Musk – Very important to fix your Twitter feed
- Tap home button.
- Tap stars on upper right of screen.
- Select “Latest tweets”.
You are being manipulated by the algorithm in ways you don’t realize.
Easy to switch back & forth to see the difference.
He goes on to state : I’m not suggesting malice in the algorithm, but rather that it’s trying to guess what you might want to read and, in doing so, inadvertently manipulate/amplify your viewpoints without you realizing this is happening.
Twitter Algorithm – Open Source is the way to go – Elon Musk
Not to mention potential bugs in the code. Open source is the way to go to solve both trust and efficacy.
Meanwhile, On Sunday took to Twitter to claim that the Twitter legal team has accused him of “violating their NDA” as he had revealed the “bot check sample size”. This comes just two days after Musk said his deal with microblogging platform Twitter worth $44 billion was temporarily on hold.
“Twitter legal just called to complain that I violated their NDA by revealing the bot check sample size is 100! This actually happened,” Musk wrote on Twitter.
In a tweet Elon Musk wrote:
Any sensible random sampling process is fine. If many people independently get similar results for % of fake/spam/duplicate accounts, that will be telling.
I picked 100 as the sample size number, because that is what Twitter uses to calculate <5% fake/spam/duplicate.
Elon Must Twitter Deal Has been put on Hold and Why?
Musk announced earlier on tweet, that his Twitter deal has been put on hold temporarily, the Tesla CEO announced on Saturday that his team will do a ‘random sampling’ of 100 followers of Twitter’s account on the social media giant’s own platform.
“To find out, my team will do a random sample of 100 followers of @twitter. I invite others to repeat the same process and see what they discover…,” Musk, who has nearly 93 million followers, informed.
In a follow-up tweet, he mentioned, “Any sensible random sampling process is fine. If many people independently get similar results for % of fake/spam/duplicate accounts, that will be telling. I picked 100 as the sample size number because that is what Twitter uses to calculate <5% fake/spam/duplicate.”