Twitter has introduced Community Notes for images in posts. Twitter intends to solve altered pictures or AI-generated image scenarios across the platform where the photos are submitted.
The unveiling comes just days after an AI-generated image of a Pentagon attack went viral after notable accounts retweeted it.
Notes posted for an image will appear in “recent & future” postings featuring it, according to Twitter. The feature is currently in testing and will only work for tweets containing a single image.
According to the firm, only Community remarks contributors with an impact score of 10 (a score that reflects the usefulness of a contributor’s remarks) would be able to see an option to submit notes about a picture rather than a tweet.
As a result, if additional users tweet the same image but with different descriptions, the Community Notes will remain consistent.
Tweets with photos and notes will have a label that says “This note is about the image and could be shown on other Tweets including the image.”
The social network stated that it is trying to develop this feature to include videos and tweets with diverse media formats.
It was also mentioned that because this is a beta version of Community Notes for media material, the matching algorithm may miss a few tweets that include an image with notes.