Introduction to Bot Sentinel

Modified on Sun, 12 Mar 2023 at 06:46 PM

Bot Sentinel is an algorithmic system designed to assess the likelihood of Spoutible accounts engaging in malicious or deceptive activities. The system assigns a score ranging from 0% to 100% to each account based on a set of criteria, where a higher score indicates a higher likelihood of nefarious behavior.

To determine an account's Bot Sentinel score, the system analyzes several hundred spouts posted by the account. The analysis is based on various factors such as the language used in the tweets, the sentiment of the language, content being shared, and the nature of the account's interactions with other users on Spoutible. The algorithm also takes into account specific Spoutible rules that prohibit certain behaviors such as spamming, impersonation, and sharing of mis/disinformation.

The Bot Sentinel score provides valuable insights into the likelihood of an account engaging in malicious activities on Twitter. A high score suggests that the account may be involved in spreading misinformation, engaging in spamming or other forms of abusive behavior, or may be a bot or fake account. In contrast, a low score indicates that the account is likely to be genuine and not involved in any nefarious activities.


Bot Sentinel's scoring system is constantly being refined and updated based on the latest data. This ensures that the system stays up-to-date with the latest tactics and techniques used by malicious actors on Spoutible. Overall, Bot Sentinel's advanced analytics and machine learning capabilities enable it to effectively detect and neutralize threats on Spoutible, helping to protect users from online harm.

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