Tiffany Hsu is a reporter on the technology team, covering misinformation and disinformation. She spent several years with the media desk. Previously, she wrote about the California economy for The Los Angeles Times.
Researchers like Carlos Moreno, the professor behind a popular urban planning concept, are struggling with conspiracy theories and death threats.
By Tiffany Hsu
This was featured in live coverage.
By Kalley Huang, Isabella Simonetti and Tiffany Hsu
After criticizing A.I. companies for liberal bias, programmers started envisioning right-wing alternatives, making chatbots a new front in the culture wars.
By Stuart A. Thompson, Tiffany Hsu and Steven Lee Myers
The Twitter chief waded into a scandal involving the cartoonist Scott Adams, as Twitter undergoes layoffs and struggles to lure back advertisers.
By Lora Kelley, Michael M. Grynbaum and Tiffany Hsu
Irrelevant, repetitive and misleading ads are swamping social platforms. Tell us about your experiences.
Scrolling past ads has rarely been enjoyable. But in recent months, people say the experience seems so much worse.
Unpopular companies and brands in trouble go with a strategy of hiring a likable celebrity and hoping for the best. But they might be better off with a puppy.
The covert and coordinated campaign was disclosed in a new report that also addressed misinformation, fake accounts and moderation struggles.
Researchers used ChatGPT to produce clean, convincing text that repeated conspiracy theories and misleading narratives.
By Tiffany Hsu and Stuart A. Thompson