If you’re still hunting for a Clubhouse invite, you might have better luck jumping on the live audio bandwagon through Twitter. No invitation required.

The social network is aiming to make its audio alternative, Spaces, available to all its users globally by next month, the company confirmed.  The in-app feature lets users create their own rooms, also known as a Space for others to join, as well as share audio clips via tweets and direct messages. Spaces is currently available to anyone on iOS and Android for joining and listening in a room. But the ability to create a room is available only to select iOS users.

Everyone always asks how does the algorithm work on Youtube?   Here’s the short answer: Currently, the ‘algorithm’ we all know and use is powered by deep learning, a subset of machine learning that uses neural networks, layers of nodes that form mathematical connections between each other to create outputs (which in this case are what videos to recommend). This model for the algorithm was introduced in a paper by YouTube engineers Paul Covington, Jay Adams, and Emre Sargin.  This new algorithm also implements different features and regulations regarding videos that may contain dangerous information.  The channel also takes in consideration the following information: The title, description, key words, engagement, how long ago a video was published and how often a channel uploads.

Know that the algorithms on social media platforms change frequently- in other words, never get too comfortable with HOW a platform is working.  It’s constantly changing and if you don’t change with it, you are left in the dust.