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Autonomous or semi-autonomous chat agents that interact with people for the purpose of achieving a civic goal, like registering a vote or capturing citizen feedback.

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ParityBOT is a Twitter bot that spins the abuse and toxicity directed at women in politics into positive, uplifting and encouraging messages. The artificial intelligence technology that powers ParityBOT detects and classifies hateful, harmful and toxic tweets directed at women in leadership or public office. For every toxic tweet that passes a certain threshold, the bot posts a “positivitweet.” ParityBOT has been deployed in Canada during the federal election in 2019, and the Alberta election in 2019. During this time: +245,000 tweets were processed 393 candidates were tracked +20,000 positive tweets sent


Twitter bot that tweets RFPs from US legislative branch agencies. This is a public interest bot and a project of Demand Progress.


Twitter bot that tweets US Capitol Hill jobs from nearly 20 sources. By Demand Progress.


This bot is a project of @DemandProgress that tweets a round up of House and Senate leadership press releases.

Synthetic Messenger

Synthetic Messenger is a botnet that artificially inflates the value of climate news. Everyday it searches the internet for news articles covering climate change. Then 100 bots visit each article and click on every ad they can find.

CivicPlus government Chatbot

With less staff and fewer resources than ever before and building pressure to enable contactless government, how can you continue to delight your citizens? With smart customer service automation.


This is a public interest bot, a project of Demand Progress, that tweets primary source announcements concerning US House and Senate Appropriations


Twitter bot making US Congressional Research Service reports publicly available to all. By Demand Progress.

Polly Bots

Our research suggests that stepping outside your echo chamber can make you more polarized not less. One of the reasons why this happens is that we become captivated by extremists on the other side who overshadow more moderate voices. The bots below retweet messages 12 by moderates each day who our research indicates resonates with members of the other party. We also screen out messages that score high on toxicity/incivility.

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