Artificial Intelligence (AI) Bots Market Trends, Top

The Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) Bots Market size was estimated to be USD 2.77 billion in 2019 and is predicted to reach USD 177.41 billion by 2030 with a CAGR of 47.2% from 2020-2030. Chatbot are used for managing the interactions between customers and the businesses through natural language processing and machine learning techniques from… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence (AI) Bots Market Trends, Top

Bots were not very active on Twitter during the Finnish municipal elections 

Credit: Matti Ahlgren Researchers from the Department of Computer Science in Aalto University and University of Helsinki Faculty of Social Sciences joined their forces in the ELEBOT-2021 project. They analyzed a large set of social media data and focused on automated accounts, so called ´bots´, on Twitter around the municipal elections from May until June… Continue reading Bots were not very active on Twitter during the Finnish municipal elections 

NFT Platforms Have Found Their New Worst Enemy: Twitter T-Shirt Bots

A great war is waging on Twitter as NFT platforms meet their all-powerful match: the humble T-shirt bot. If you’re unfamiliar with Twitter, it’s likely you’ve never come across these accounts — they’re fairly innocuous most of the time, but as soon as you post artwork or even mention the term ‘T-shirt’, they come out… Continue reading NFT Platforms Have Found Their New Worst Enemy: Twitter T-Shirt Bots

The Social Media Bots Flooding Twitter Feeds With Culture

Gustav Klimt’s art bot Andrei Taraschuk Claude Monet has 73k followers on Twitter, Vincent Van Gogh has racked up 66k and Gustav Klimt is on 34k. The famed painters are extremely active, posting images of their artworks multiple times a day. These back-from-the-dead artists have been resurrected on Twitter thanks to coder Andrei Taraschuk and… Continue reading The Social Media Bots Flooding Twitter Feeds With Culture

Elon Musk says ‘Tesla Bots’ will hopefully be sent to work on Mars in inhospitable environments

A rendering of the Tesla Bot. Tesla/Reuters Elon Musk said Tesla’s humanoid robots may someday work on Mars. A Twitter user asked if they would be mass-produced and sent to the planet. “Hopefully,” Musk said. To some, Musk’s announcement mirrored Isaac Asimov’s book series, “I, Robot.” See more stories on Insider’s business page. Tesla CEO… Continue reading Elon Musk says ‘Tesla Bots’ will hopefully be sent to work on Mars in inhospitable environments