Tweeting made kind

Created by team Function Junction on May 26, 2023

This basic userscript utilizes Claude AI to provide Twitter users with assessments of tweet sensitivity. It checks the text of a selected tweet to assess how considerately the idea is expressed against criteria given by the user. The assessment includes a short explanation of why the tweet may be insensitive. The goal is to allow users, specifically non-native English speakers, to learn harmless tweeting through real-world examples. By seeing how others conveyed ideas in both sensitive and insensitive ways, people can better understand the nuances of phrasing and avoid toxicity. This approach is more effective than simple translation because it promotes learning. Currently a manually-operated proof of concept, the project could become an automated browser extension. For now, users provide their own API key, but in the future it can be monetized, offering access on a low-cost subscription basis. As tweets are short and context-limited, AI analysis should remain affordable. Some points of note: To try it out you'll have to install a userscript managing browser extension such as Violentmonkey or Tampermonkey. This script it designed to be used specifically with open-source Twitter front-end called Nitter, the official instance of which is available at . And, of course, you'll have to use your own Anthropic Claude API key.

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Paulo Almeida

co-founder of Stunning Green