We now have some really fancy new staff and moderator labels. They've gotten good reception, and I genuinely like them—they work well.
Included in response to this feature was a request by Laurel that Community be identified as a bot. It was declined specifically on account of being out of scope for that release, and we were asked to make a separate feature request if we feel strongly about it... and I do, so I will!
Could we use the new staff/mod label style to identify Community as a bot?
Stack Exchange has a low-key history of new users being confused by who Community is and what they're doing. I know I was confused the first time I ran into it, back when I first joined the network, before someone else brought me up to speed.
Most recently, the new review queue features include Community leaving automatic replies—and people are responding to them like Community is a person. There's a bit of discussion of how we can get people to not do that, which reminded me of this feature request.
Now that we have this user label technology, I think we should use it, and clarify who (or what) Community is once and for all so that people get what's going on without needing to be introduced to the concept first.
As the original request mentions, this kind of feature is already standard on another very popular platform many of our users will be familiar with: Discord has a badge it displays on bot users. Here it is on a few different bots in a Discord user list: