Some Thoughts on Social Media for Science — UlrikeHahn

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"Online social media don’t have to be structured this way. While Twitter (and replacements) are structured around people, other platforms like Reddit are not. I've been phantasising about the possibility of building a platform that is both: an inside-out-internet, as it were, like sweaters that have one pattern worn straight up and another one when worn inside out. Imagine being able to take a collection of posts on a microblogging platform like Twitter (an utterance graph) and re-rendering them as an argument graph that assigns different tokens of the same argument or opinion to a single, once displayed, type. And all relevant answers are connected to that type, regardless of when and where they occurred in the discourse. Imagine then being able to toggle between the two views...."



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Date tagged:

02/28/2024, 12:23

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02/28/2024, 07:23