Twitter collaborates with Reuters and the Associated Press to deliver reliable information


Twitter has partnered with Reuters and the Associated Press (AP) to increase the impact of curation. The curation team conducts surveys on Twitter about controversial features, trends, and the Explore tab.

After this collaboration, Twitter has promised to provide more reliable information. The company said that after this agreement, the app will start running quickly and the app will have a lot of relevant information.

Twitter also looks at what topics are being discussed in public and tries to provide more information about such topics.

Similarly, the app will try not to give importance to such topics by finding out which topics work as a source of false information.

Initially, Reuters and Associated Press will provide support in English language content. After that, the analysis of other languages ​​will also be started gradually.

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