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Online debates with bots impersonating politicians
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A new video app to debate controversial issues

A video app to debate bitcoin, net neutrality, politics and more!

Micgoat is a video app where you can engage in a one-on-one discussion with a fellow citizen. Come reinvent the way people discuss controversial topics.

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Debating is at the core of a robust society - as are online social networks. When combined, they transmute each other into a minefield of negativity, abuse, and destruction. With products today, we are either living in an echo chamber of like-minded people who agree with us all the time, or we're duking it out in trench warfare format for little gain and few… See more
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A slick app for voicing your most honest opinions

Contra is a slick app for voicing your most honest opinions. It's pretty simple; you pose a two-sided question and get thoughtful responses and votes from people all around the world. Be careful though: it gets suuuuppper addicting because of the debate mechanism. I've personally spent a few too many hours on it, just trying to prove my point!

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Freestyle, head-2-head debate competitions over live video

UFC for debates. We are the only online platform for live video debate tournaments, which feature eloquent debaters, credible judges and awesome prizes.

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Explore the software, services, and tools that Qallout uses in their stack, including products for Marketing, Sales and BD, Customer Support and Success, and Developer.
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On Collective Debate users take a test of their morality, then debate an artificial agent on a controversial claim. Users indicate how much they agree with the claim, then they exchange arguments with the agent. After the debate, users re-evaluate their position. The agent is trained to make arguments that nudge the user to become more moderate.

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After completing the AI debate - and presumably taking in all the relevant counterarguments - users are asked a second time to indicate their position on the initial question. Yuan's hypothesis was that participants would change their their original assessment after debating the issue.
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Two sided debate where the public decides who is right.

Sometimes you and your friends, partners, or relatives get into debates. Sometimes, you can't agree so we like to hear other people's opinions on our thoughts. Post a question, your take, then invite the one person you want to debate or argue with. They put in their take on the question. The public votes on which side they think is right.

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Practice convos with Your Angry Uncle for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a beloved holiday because it’s a time to gather with relatives from afar. It’s also dreaded for the same reason.

Many of us aren’t accustomed to socializing with people who think differently from us, especially about politics. Before the big day, practice discussing a couple of difficult topics with Angry Uncle Bot. 🤖

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Dr. Karin Tamerius is the mind behind "Angry Uncle Bot," an interactive feature for the New York Times which simulates conversations between the user and their disagreeable relatives.
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