Organizations say they struggle with the social media giant’s registration system and inability to reach a live person.
Suggesting other news sources only reinforces users’ political beliefs. Another study finds that quitting the social media giant leaves people less informed.
On this week’s podcast, Sarah Friar talks to us about how the hyperlocal social network is getting people to slow down and think about what they’re posting.
At our virtual conference, the journalist and CEO of Rappler explained how the goal isn’t just to spread lies, but to blur our sense of true and false.
The social network focused around neighborhoods leans on local human moderators as well as AI, she explained during WIRED’s virtual conference.
It won’t solve everything, but a new study suggests real-time automated feedback could help make the internet a less toxic place.
Users say the platform’s new Creator Fund is opaque and riddled with problems. The company says it’s listening.
“We can treat only one patient at a time, but if we can get a message out there that can hit thousands or hundreds of thousands, then we can change their thoughts.”