The NY Public Library Twitter Is Matching Emojis To Archives

The NY Public Library Twitter Is Matching Emojis To Archives

The social media bot can quickly find and return relevant images to the emoticon sent via Twitter

Leo Lutero
  • 24 august 2016

Only through emojis can one describe their impact to the way we talk online. The New York Public Library (NYPL) is showing Twitter followers where iconic emojis could have come from: tag NYPL’s emoji bot (@NYPLEmoji) with an emoji tweet and in a flash, it will reply with an image from time past – sort of like a really old cousin to the current emojis.

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