Insights Using data from the conversation on Twitter to help detect wildfires combines data from the conversation on Twitter with satellite imagery, cameras, and IP911 to help provide real-time or near real-time wildfire disaster and incident management services.

Insights Lockdown 2020-what social data can tell us about what’s next

The unprompted, in the moment nature of Twitter can provide a more accurate view of consumers’ true beliefs than traditional qualitative research methodologies such as surveys or focus groups.

Product Your Tweet, your voice

We’re testing a new feature that will add a more human touch to the way we use Twitter – your very own voice. Some people can now Tweet with audio on iOS.

Company Talking #MentalHealthAwareness on Twitter with our global partners

Throughout the month of May, we worked with over 60 of our mental health partners around the world to raise awareness and help break the stigma associated with mental health.

Company Disclosing networks of state-linked information operations we’ve removed

Today we are disclosing 32,242 accounts to our archive of state-linked information operations — the only one of its kind in the industry.

Company Allyship right now: #BlackLivesMatter

COVID-19 may not discriminate, but systemic inequalities have exacerbated its disproportionate impact on Black and Brown communities.

Company Inclusion & Diversity Report May 2020: Principles During a Pandemic

Although the world doesn’t look the same since our last post, our commitment to Inclusion & Diversity at Twitter has never been stronger.

Company #KeepItOn: Making your voice heard to end Internet shutdowns

Twitter stands for the open Internet. The free flow of information are more vital than ever. We’re supporting @AccessNow and the global KeepItOn coalition to oppose internet shut downs

Product Testing, conversation settings

We’re testing new settings that let you choose who can reply to your Tweet and join your conversation.

Company Bot or not? The facts about platform manipulation on Twitter

Going back a few years, there’s been a lot of discussion of “bots” online. Over time, however, it’s become a loaded and often misunderstood term.

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