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In the end of the week edition of Crowd Coffee: UK's FCA tighter equity crowdfunding rules; Vimeo expands crowdfunding program; Shaq crowdfunding a new video game; White House looks for fellows to expand crowdsourcing; Freelancer.com opens new engineering lab in Vancouver; and more.
Dieter Speidel and Mithun Sridharan of passbrains write in with this insightful guest post on how crowdsourced testing can help in the healthcare field.
Only 13 percent of respondents said they found out about a sharing economy service via social network. More findingds from the report after the jump.
It's Thursday Crowd Coffee time. Today we look at: crowdfunding for solar energy; what makes a good debt crowdfunding campaign; an odd scientific experiment, funded by the community; AskForTask raises half a million in seed cash; crowdsourcing animal conservation; Texas senator pushes sharing economy forward; how your company can use gamification; and more!
Content management is one of the more common uses of crowdsourcing, and image moderation is a great fit for the crowd. As computers are not yet perfect at doing things like recognizing and transcribing handwritten text, as oftentimes there is a need for a human eye.