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Crowdin.net - Collective Translation Platform
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Crowdin.net lets you crowdsource any translation that you've got to do, and the way the site's been built simplifies everything for everybody. The fact of having texts pre-translated...

Tonya Van Dijk Nov 28, 2011 03:00 pm GMT2425 views
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Crowdin.net - Collective Translation Platform
Lingotek
site Cloud Labor / Expert-tasks

Lingotek enables massive amounts of content to be translated in a rapid, trusted, cost-effective way using sophisticated translation technologies, workflow management and community collaboration.

Archenette EvangelioMar 15, 2011 03:44 pm GMT2783 views
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Lingotek
Lingotek Announces Contest for CrowdConf2011
Cloud Labor

Collaborative Translation Company Lingotek To Announce Contest Winner at World’s Largest Crowdsourcing Conference

Lingotek, a leading provider of collaborative translation solutions, is offering crowdsourcing fans the chance to win a prize in a contest held just before this year’s CrowdConf2011, the world’s first and largest conference on the future of distributed work. The contest, presented by Lingotek, will award the prize to the contestant with the best essay related to the importance of translation in global business.

The winner of the contest will be awarded access to Lingotek’s award-winning Collaborative Translation Platform—Hosted Version for one year as well as two tickets to the world’s largest crowdsourcing conference, CrowdConf2011 (approximate retail value of $36,100). The contest runs from October 6-21, please go to and click on the Contests page. If the contestant “likes” Lingotek on Facebook, enters the required information and shares their best essay related to the importance of language translation for business, the contestant will be entered into the contest. Entries will be judged by Lingotek President and CEO Rob Vandenberg, Crowdflower CEO Woody Hobbs, Crowdflower Founder and Executive Chairman Lukas Biewald and Daily Crowdsource Founder David Bratvold, the judges will present the award on October 25th and recognize the winner on stage at CrowdConf2011.  See Official Rules for further information.

“CrowdConf2011 gathers leaders in a field that is fundamentally changing the way work is done around the globe,” said Rob Vandenberg, President and CEO of Lingotek. “Lingotek is one of the technologies on the cutting edge of this shift. We’re proud to be part of this world-changing discussion, as well as award the prize of Lingotek’s crowd-oriented benefits to a lucky winner.”

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Crowdsourcing.orgOct 06, 2011 09:01 pm GMT5098 views
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SDL Cloud Translation Solutions Bring the Power of the Crowd to the Enterprise
document Distributed Knowledge, Tools

“With SDL BeGlobal, we are continuing to deliver ongoing innovation in the cloud,” said Swamy Viswananthan, Senior Vice president of Products and Marketing for the SDL Language Technologies...

Jayne AnnOct 17, 2011 07:41 pm GMT2313 views
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SDL Cloud Translation Solutions Bring the Power of the Crowd to the Enterprise
Translia Selected to Present the Crowdsourcing Game Translation at Largest Gaming Industry Event IGDA Summit
document Distributed Knowledge

This Community Based Crowdsourcing Translation integrates Translia's cloud-based online collaborative translation platform with customized game localization solutions to streamline the...

Claire MackayJun 27, 2013 06:31 am GMT847 views
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Translia Selected to Present the Crowdsourcing Game Translation at Largest Gaming Industry Event IGDA Summit
Lingotek Continues Strong Growth
document Tools

"Our expanded staff and new headquarters are integral components to Lingotek's growth strategy going forward," said Vandenberg. "Lingotek is poised to go the distance in the...

Samuel BennettJan 17, 2012 02:55 pm GMT1232 views
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Lingotek Continues Strong Growth
Knight Foundation and Mozilla invest $1m in crowdsourced video translation project Amara
document Distributed Knowledge

In practical terms, Amara lets volunteers easily collaborate to create subtitles for all sorts of videos. While leveraging their language skills, its free, open-source API provides them with the...

Luis Enrique MoralesMay 20, 2012 04:28 am GMT1489 views
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Knight Foundation and Mozilla invest $1m in crowdsourced video translation project Amara
Technical, Marketing and Scientific Translations Become Crowd-Pleaser
document Distributed Knowledge

By providing the means to crowdsource practised games translators from the global games community, Translia is revolutionising the industry, as evidenced last week at the International Game...

Benjamin FosselAug 08, 2013 02:04 am GMT621 views
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Technical, Marketing and Scientific Translations Become Crowd-Pleaser
OneSky
site Tools

OneSky makes it easy for your users to translate your application and thus get a accurate results in the process. OneSky provides the pre-built crowd-sourced translation platform for apps and...

OneSkyMay 03, 2011 01:49 am GMT1581 views
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OneSky
140story.com – A crowd-sourced and crowd-translated novel
Cloud Labor, Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

Having created the first novel crowdsourced via Twitter, it was only time before the crowd were to be enlisted once more, this time to translate the novel into English, Swedish, Spanish, German & French.

The story began back in the summer of 2010 when a team of five ambitious folk in Finland decided to experiment with social media, looking for new ways to engage the crowd. Having had enough of growing digital carrots, they decided to see if they could crowdsource a novel. Their mission was to show what can be achieved by the power of crowds using social media and to allow random people the opportunity to reveal their inner authors.

The co-creation process started when Finnish author Mikko Karppi published the opening of the story providing no further direction for the plot. How it was going to unfold, and how the story was going to end was to be left for the crowd to decide. They were sure that the crowd would know better.

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Crowdsourcing.orgJul 31, 2011 06:49 pm GMT4708 views
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Investing in the Crowd: VCs Inject $280M into Crowdsourcing Platforms in 2011
Crowdfunding

The crowdsourcing and crowdfunding industry is picking up momentum at an exceptional rate. Validity of the models involved is now grounded in the ever-increasing size of the participatory crowd, the scale of the capital networks involved, and the unique value delivered to customers, communities, and investors alike. Astute expansion-stage venture firms are now decisively backing and further fuelling explosive high-growth in crowd-driven companies. With more than $280 million invested in 35 different crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platforms during 2011 — an average investment of $8 million per funding round — it is clear that the industry’s probationary period is over.

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Crowdsourcing.orgDec 21, 2011 09:16 pm GMT7907 views
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Goteo Uses Online Collaboration and Crowdfunding for the Common Good
Crowdfunding

Crowdsourcing.org posed a few questions to Enric Senabre Hidalgo, projects coordinator & community manager for Spanish crowdfunding platform Goteo. The website opened for business two months ago and has already successfully funded four pojects and is receiving thousands of visits each day.

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Crowdsourcing.orgDec 27, 2011 03:32 pm GMT10296 views
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Breaking Down Language Barriers, One Crowdsourced Translation at a Time
Distributed Knowledge, Tools

What are the advantages of crowdsourcing translation, and how to engage the multilingual community? Florence Broder, community manager at Webflakes, writes in to offer her perspective.

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Crowdsourcing.orgMay 30, 2013 05:57 pm GMT5011 views
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TED Conversations
site Distributed Knowledge / Social (or Peer) Production

TED Conversations, a new social media platform on TED.com that connects people for conversation, collaboration and debate. The platform gives people access to engage notable TED speakers, and the...

Archenette EvangelioFeb 19, 2011 07:07 am GMT1412 views
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TED Conversations
Bring it to the world: Stepcase
blog Distributed Knowledge, Tools

Learn from top photo apps Labelbox's publisher, Stepcase how localization help them to reach the world

OneSkyApr 26, 2011 08:27 am GMT3208 views
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Bring it to the world: Stepcase
Bring it to the world: Get Satisfaction - Get Localized for Global Audience
blog Distributed Knowledge, Tools

This is part of OneSky blogging series “Bring it to the world” which profiles apps that offer localized versions to reach happy users from many parts of the world.

OneSkyMay 11, 2011 08:30 am GMT1706 views
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Bring it to the world: Get Satisfaction - Get Localized for Global Audience
Medical Exchange MEDTING
site Distributed Knowledge / Health and Wellbeing

MEDTING is a web platform that allows physicians to share medical images and videos and build clinical cases online. MEDTING can be used in three different options depending on user needs:...

Archenette EvangelioJul 20, 2011 01:16 am GMT1025 views
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Medical Exchange MEDTING
Igniting the Crowd: How to Turn Up the Heat on Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding

Shay Stewart, an entrepreneur who is currently raising money for a gelato shop called Leilani & Kalani on the crowdfunding platform ProHatch, will be contributing regular articles over the next few weeks, detailing his crowdfunding journey and giving advice on how to create a solid business plan, an engaging campaign, and an appealing video to help draw the crowd to the campaign page. In this first part of the series, Stewart discusses how to prepare for the campaign, focusing on writing the business plan and choosing the appropriate funding platform.

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Crowdsourcing.orgJul 31, 2013 05:46 pm GMT2567 views
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Seven Great Citizen Science Projects
Distributed Knowledge

Many scientific advancements in prior centuries can be attributed to a single individual or, at most, two to three people that have either independently or jointly innovated. However, advances in technology, global communications and social interactions have meant that the 21st century will be recognized as the century where mass collaboration changes the paradigm.


Citizen Science has become more of a differentiator as scientists are now turning to crowdsourcing to engage large communities of home scientists to help process vast amounts of data and to draw accurate conclusions from scientific research. 

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Cristina CaineJan 06, 2011 08:37 am GMT10488 views
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Brazil Opens Its Arms to Crowdfunding
Crowd Creativity, Crowdfunding

In April of this year the Brazilian market witnessed the first merger of crowdfunding platforms. Multidão, which was launched that same day, and Catarse have joined together to form the group Comum: a nonprofit organization aiming to stimulate crowdfunding in all its possibilities, from an open network to building an ecosystem to create value based on collaboration. Currently, the two sites coexist, and share similar focuses yet soon they will have their own directions.

 

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Diego Borin ReebergApr 28, 2011 12:31 am GMT7830 views
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