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Twitter renamed to “X”, will be powered through AI : CEO Yaccarino

Linda Yaccarino says Twitter "X" will be powered by AI (Image: Deadline)

Twitter’s CEO Yaccarino unveiled the most ambitious project the platform has ever seen: a complete transformation powered by artificial intelligence, aptly named “X.”

Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, recently announced a significant change for the platform by replacing its longstanding bird logo with the letter ‘X.’ In a tweet, Musk stated that ‘X.com now points to Twitter.com’ and that an interim X logo would go live later in the day. Twitter’s CEO, Linda Yaccarino, described the ‘X’ as the future of unlimited interactivity, focusing on audio, video, messaging, payments/banking, and creating a global marketplace for ideas, goods, services, and opportunities. The power of AI will drive ‘X,’ enabling unprecedented connections that surpass our current imagination.

The decision to embrace the letter ‘X’ doesn’t come as a surprise, given Musk’s history of affinity with it. Back in 1999, he co-founded X.com, an online bank that later merged with another startup to become PayPal. This connection to the letter ‘X’ holds significance as the platform now sets out to revolutionize social media with its ambitious transformation.

X is the future state of unlimited interactivity โ€“ centered in audio, video, messaging, payments/banking โ€“ creating a global marketplace for ideas, goods, services, and opportunities. Powered by AI, X will connect us all in ways weโ€™re just beginning to imagine,

tweeted Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino.

Elon Musk Tweeted the above bidding adieu to Twitter.
(Image: Twitter/ Screengrab)

With “X,” Twitter is not just responding to current trends; it is anticipating the future. The platform’s AI-powered features will continuously learn and adapt, ensuring that users remain at the cutting edge of social media technology. By keeping its finger on the pulse of emerging AI innovations, Twitter aims to cement its position as a tech trailblazer.

According to AFP’s report, since Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter for $44 billion in the previous year’s October, the platform’s advertising business has experienced a notable downturn. This decline can be attributed to negative reactions from marketers who expressed dissatisfaction with the platform’s mass firings, which in turn affected content moderation. Additionally, concerns were raised about Elon Musk’s management style, contributing to the challenges faced by Twitter’s advertising business.

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