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Fed up, two UC Berkeley students launch tool to spot Twitter bots
by Public Affairs, UC Berkeley
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31 October 2017
On 31 October 2017 UC Berkeley News reported:
Two UC Berkeley undergraduate computer science students are doing what they say Twitter won't: sorting out and tagging the angry propaganda bots designed to undermine, destabilize, and inflame American political discourse. 'The very existence of their project raises an important question: If two volunteer data science students who are barely out of their teens can figure out how to hang out Twitter's bad-actor bots, why doesn't Twitter do the same?,' writer Lauren Smiley asked in Wired.
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