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Twitter’s new audio tweet feature might be ripe for abuse, we get a preview of Apple’s WWDC, there’s a new prescription for ADHD: a video game, and a Google team has created Pinterest but automated.

• Motherboard editor-in-chief Jason Koebler joins us to ask and help answer the question: How is Twitter going to moderate its new voice recordings?
• Zac Hall of 9to5Mac stops by to give us a preview of what we can expect at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference.
• Jason talks about a new FDA-approved treatment for ADHD and it’s a video game.
• Mikah shares “Keen,” an experiment from Google that’s like Pinterest, but automated.

How Is Twitter Going to Moderate These Voice Recordings? – http://twit.to/tnw138aiOS 14 Roundup: What We Know Before WWDC 2020 – http://twit.to/tnw138b
watchOS 7 Features: Everything We Know Ahead of WWDC 2020 – http://twit.to/tnw138c
Back to the Mac 018: New iMac Design Preview – http://twit.to/tnw138d
The FDA Just Approved the First Prescription Video Game — It’s for Kids With ADHD – http://twit.to/tnw138e
Google’s Latest Experiment is Keen, an Automated, Machine-Learning Based Version of Pinterest – http://twit.to/tnw138f
Google’s Area 120 Team has Created a Pinterest Clone Called Tangi – http://twit.to/tnw138g

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