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This Friday at 3pm ET, I’m hosting an AMA with @eugene in this channel! He’s an incisive student of tech, authoring classics like Status as a Service and Seeing like an Algorithm. Ask him about social networks, consumer product, and insights from his years as a product exec at Oculus, Hulu, and Flipboard!
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gm @eugene & @li Q: In a world where social graph ownership is transitioning to web3 and AI generates infinite content, how do you envision social networks preserving authenticity and ensuring the quality of content? How does this value prop compare to the value prop of web2 social networks?
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I think the proliferation of AI content could actually lead to a centralization in terms of users' consumption - akin to a flight to quality in people's news/information diets in a world of UGC. That could mean social networks taking an active role in filtering for authenticity, and that being a basis of competition
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There have been some attempts to watermark or distinguish AI bot content from human content. I'm not sure if that ever scales. In general, outside of China and the CCP, Western social hasn't shown a desire to moderate beyond some minimum level, perhaps because of the cost.
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ooooh interesting question
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