It's time to face the facts: Social media as we know it is beyond salvation.
We cannot afford to build the tech first and then worry about the ethical and social implications later. Instead, we need to integrate a human perspective throughout data science.
Tweets from conservative news outlets and Republican politicians were amplified more than those from the other end of the political spectrum.
Twitter has raised the possibility of dropping its image-cropping algorithm, after it repeatedly cropped a Black man's face out of a picture, favoring a white man's face instead.
Researchers say the tool could potentially be used to identify health problems in infants which may otherwise go undiagnosed.
Twitter added a new feature to the app Tuesday.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that Twitter's employees and workplace culture were so liberal that conservative employees "don't feel safe to express their opinions."
This isn't a replacement for chronological order, but it could help users see the posts they've missed anyway.
The story claims a CDC doctor said the recent flu outbreak is being caused by the flu vaccine itself.
In addition to dozens of bathing, naked women, the illustrations feature stars, planets, plants and diagrams resembling Zodiac signs.
News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to make carriage payments to trusted news sources.
Facebook needs to make fundamental changes to prevent users from copying violent crimes recorded for the site, experts say.
Algorithm detects lies with a 70 percent success rate by analyzing word use, structure and context.
The photo-based social media app's new algorithm change has sparked the #KeepInstagramChronological backlash.
Facebook team, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg, addressed a slew of topics in its first global town hall.