Actress Rashmika Mandanna finally spoke about the recently viral deepfake video. Taking to X platform, she said, "I feel really hurt to share this and have to talk about the deepfake video of me being spread online." She called such Ai generated videos scary and expressed concern of misuse. She added, "I am thankful for my family, friends and well wishers who are my protection and support system."
Elon Musk is leaving no stone unturned to make X, formerly known as Twitter, an everything app. In a recent development, the Tesla CEO and X owner, rolled out a new "See Similar Posts" feature for a better experience of users. The new feature will enable users to see posts, as per their searches and recommendations. Notably, the new feature will be Aartificial Intelligence (AI) based feature.
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With the aim of making X, formerly known as Twitter, an all-app platform, Tesla CEO and X owner Elon Musk announced that X would soon be announced as a dating platform. Interestingly, the speculations of X being a relationship platform came after his statement, "Finding someone on the platform. Obviously, I found someone and friends of mine have found people on the platform." There is yet to be an official announcement.
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Spreading misinformation will no longer be profitable on X, announced Elon Musk, with his latest update in rule for content creators. Announced on October 29, this is a big win, as people were purposely spreading misinformation for cash Since the conflict started, especially fake news, giving less value. Now, for misinformed content, there will be no revenue in sharing. While a section is happy, creators are in conflict.
Two new tiers of X Premium subscriptions launching soon. One is lower cost with all features, but no reduction in ads, and the other is more expensive, but has no ads." says Elon Musk, the owner of Tesla and X, formerly known as Twitter. The announcement was made on October 20, on X platform. This new feature will enable users with a premium subscrption.
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After the mockery cartoon of Chandrayaan-3, on X formerly known as Twitter, the netizens trends #Arrest Prakash Raj. The Tollywood actor is destroyed on X platform, as the netizens, after the success of Chandrayaan-3 took offence and demanded action against Prakash Raj. Notably, Raj had shared a cartoon of a man wearing a vest and a lungi pouring tea. Although, Raj apologized for the post, but netizens seems angry.
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Bollywood celebrities flooded 'X' formerly known as Twitter with congratulatory messages for the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) which made Chandrayaan-3, the mission to the moon, a success. Celebrities and actors like Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan, Amitabh Bachchan and many others extended wishes to the ISRO scientists who were behind the success. In addition, 'X' is also flooded with memes and pride messages for… read-more
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The dating app has evolved into more than just a platform for initiating connections between individuals, seeking love, but now has become meme-worthy content for netizens. Recently, a 'X' (Twitter) user shared a small audio profile prompt of a guy on Bumble, in which he was narrating in a systematic voice, inviting individuals facing challenges in their lives to reach… read-more
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Now 'X' formerly known as Twitter owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a unique opportunity for journalists, using 'X' platform. Elon Musk recently took to micro-blogging platform and said, now, only the lead image and the web link are shown with news posts. This might make posts shorter on users’ timelines so more content can be seen. Some users liked the change, but others preferred the old style.
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In the latest update of 'X' users can now download videos on the micro-blogging site. However, CEO Elon Musk said this update allowing users to download videos will happen only if the creator of the particular video will allow the download. The major update came days after Twitter was renamed as 'X' with a brand new logo, bidding goodbye to old bird logo. Notably, more updates are expected.
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