What would the world of social look like if there were an app that prevented things that aren’t true from being published on Twitter, Facebook or any other social platform?
We’re not talking about fact checking what was said, we're talking about a simple app and browser plug-in using an AI-driven algorithm to check if what is written is the truth before allowing a social media post to be published.
Might it reduce social traffic by 50% and Presidential tweets, by a lot?
And, what would the master of the tech universe who developed the app and the company be like? How about…
In my latest article for Medium, there are valuable truths in the fiction. At a minimum, I hope you enjoy the read.
Click here to read: Twitter Truth App
It’s a bit of fun that hopefully will make us think about the crazy tech journey we are on.
Simon Erskine Locke is Founder & CEO of CommunicationsMatch, a communications agency search, engagement and resources platform. Locke writes on issues related to communications, PR, media and behavior for the CommunicationsMatch Insights Blog and now on Medium.
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