UNESCO has plans to take over not only AI, but all technology on the quest to ensure it is ethically used. And Twitter code reveals some interesting traits.
UNESCO Wants AI To Be Ethical
But the ethics will be based on global standards.
Observing that a normative framework for AI technologies and its social implications finds its basis in international and national legal frameworks, human rights and fundamental freedoms, ethics, need for access to data, information and knowledge, the freedom of research and innovation, human and environmental and ecosystem well-being, and connects ethical values and principles to the challenges and opportunities linked to AI technologies, based on common understanding and shared aims
Recommends that Member States apply on a voluntary basis the provisions of this Recommendation by taking appropriate steps, including whatever legislative or other measures may be required, in conformity with the constitutional practice and governing structures of each State, to give effect within their jurisdictions to the principles and norms of the Recommendation in conformity with international law, including international human rights law
Because the complexity of the ethical issues surrounding AI necessitates the cooperation of multiple stakeholders across the various levels and sectors of international, regional and national communities, this Recommendation aims to enable stakeholders to take shared responsibility based on a global and intercultural dialog.
Twitter Penalty Code
Reports on the Twitter algorithm have uncovered some questions.
Since the Tweet is blocked from search engines here is what you will see:
What this means is that by just replying to one of the various swarm trolls, you become invisible. Hence the antagonizatiom and agitpro by low/no follow accounts. Why the drawn out back and forths.— Jonathan Falcon (@JonathanFalcons) May 19, 2023
I searched the Github Code Repository and the code “outOfNetworkReplyPenalty” does indeed exist.
Synopsis of Twitter Recommendation Algorithm