Elon Musk wants Twitter to behave like TikTok and WeChat, speaks out about aliens

Multi-billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk told Twitter employees that the company needs to become like WeChat and TikTok to achieve its goal of reaching 1 billion users. Musk said people who originally live on WeChat in China also praised TikTok’s algorithm for not being boring. Also read- Samsung Galaxy F13 with 6,000 mA battery will be launched in India on June 22

“There is no WeChat equivalent outside of China. You basically live on WeChat in China. If we can recreate this with Twitter, we will have great success,” he said via a virtual meeting late Thursday. told Twitter employees. Also Read – Apple MacBook and iPad Pro Models Working with OLED Displays to Launch in 2024

“I think Twitter can be a lot better at informing people about serious issues,” he said. Also Read – Indian Investors Lost Around Rs 1 Trillion In This Mega Crypto Scam, Are You One Of Them?

Twitter should contribute to “a stronger, longer-lasting civilization where we are better able to understand the nature of reality”.

On bots, he said that “it has to be more expensive for the troll army”.

Tesla’s CEO has threatened to halt a $44 billion deal over the presence of a real number of bots on the platform.

Responding to an employee’s question, Musk said he believed people should be able to “say very derogatory things within the law,” but that such speech should not necessarily be extended, given that Verge report.

He told employees he favors paying users to verify and prioritize how Twitter ranks tweets people see.

Musk has criticized Twitter’s decision to ban former President Donald Trump on the platform, and will reverse the ban if the takeover is successful.

Musk also clarified that those working “outstanding” should be allowed to continue working from home. “If someone can only work remotely, and they are exceptional, then there would be no point in firing them,” Musk said.

While wrapping up the call, Musk expressed his opinion about aliens. Musk mentioned that he has yet to see real proof of the existence of aliens.

(With inputs from IANS)

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