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It’s 2021 and Twitter still can’t tell the difference between cats and dogs

19/11/2021

Twitter launched its topics feature almost two years ago to group tweets under different interest categories. It’s nice to see tweets or news on topics that I care about on my timeline. However, sometimes the social network’s tagging goes horribly wrong. The funniest example I’ve seen is of the algorithm tagging...
Twitter launched its topics feature almost two years ago to group tweets under different interest categories. It’s nice to see tweets or news on topics that I care about on my timeline. However, sometimes the social network’s tagging goes horribly wrong. The funniest example I’ve seen is of the algorithm tagging cat pictures under dog topic (and vice versa). Here are some examples: I do so hate the Twitter algorithm suggestions, but this one takes the prize for perfect stupidity in highlighting that it's wrong: a picture of a cat in the Twitter feed of the cat, with cat in…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter Twitter launched its topics feature almost two years ago to group tweets under different interest categories. It’s nice to see tweets or news on topics that I care about on my timeline. However, sometimes the social network’s tagging goes horribly wrong. The funniest example I’ve seen is of the algorithm tagging cat pictures under dog topic (and vice versa). Here are some examples: I do so hate the Twitter algorithm suggestions, but this one takes the prize for perfect stupidity in highlighting that it's wrong: a picture of a cat in the Twitter feed of the cat, with cat in…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter
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