Imagine the next level of voting, Yelp, Rotten Tomatoes, etc. - on SaidIt/NotABug/etc. feeds.
Maybe it's in a separate dedicated forum clone that is less general interest and more voting, ratings, scores, and critical minded. ie. just votes and reviews on books, food, movies, politics, etc. How is this different? I don't know. Maybe with 0-10 rather than 0/1 on insightful and fun.
Maybe some feeds don't even allow comments, just voting. Or maybe there's a character limit like on Twitter/Gab/Mastodon - or a minimum to be a proper review.
But here's another catch with a difference (thus why it could be a similar but different community): A "voucher" app maps all of your communications with other people in the community, good, bad, and ugly. (Maybe another set of voting/ratings might be useful to track who people value interacting with - or maybe this is just more useless shit to do for data that would not amount to much.) Even without another set of data, by looking at all of those communications AND all the votes you made - then you could have lists of who you interacted with AND voted for - thus creating a table of "valued" interactions.
Assuming this voucher thing worked you'd be able to see the bot accounts that have no vouching. Maybe they learn, but their vouching patterns would be different. So would the trolls patterns. In fact you might see patterns of like minded people emerge. This cluster like bawdy things, these like gore, these like streams, these like conspiracies, etc and a kind of Venn diagram might emerge.
Also, depending on how you display the user names, (number of posts, comments, votes, etc), could affect the size and/or colour of the user names. Get really fancy and you could click on them to link to their profile.
Just thinking outside the box. My neighbour gave me some pot for Xmas. (Now legal in Canada.) Makes you think of stuff when you're trying to do other stuff.
Thumbnail (found via Google Image search, from this vouch for Vouch - where I also found https://www.saashub.com/saidit-net-alternatives on the SaaSHub for Software Alternatives & Reviews, an AlternativeTo clone.)