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document Crowd Creativity
KIRARITO, a MIRAISHONEN company, one of Japan’s biggest game graphic solutions provider, headquartered in Shibuya, Tokyo, announced that it would start graphicker ( http://graphicker.me ), a...
ViewsHound is built on contributions from authors. Now the media site has taken its use of crowdsourcing to the next phase by allowing authors to decide on how best to award the cash prizes....
document Distributed Knowledge
Help Me Investigate's site construction began in April 2009. The resulting site experience was presented with two choices: to join an existing investigation, or start their own. If they...
document Open Innovation
The military research agency wants to tap the power of Internet, which it incidentally helped develop in the 1960s, and build a new secure crowdsourcing platform where users could freely share,...
Duolingo is “much more ambitious,” Luis von Ahn said in an interview . “Here we have to create a very compelling Web site for people to come back to. In the case of reCAPTCHA, people were forced...
IamaSource (I am a Source) is marketplace based on the concept of crowdsourcing applied to the design world.
A new solution for anyone who needs a graphic or creative work, prepared exactly as...
document Crowd Creativity
By offering an open forum for debating public art projects, ArtHERE has the potential to change the curatorial process, forcing exhibition organizers to be more collaborative with and accountable...
document Distributed Knowledge, Tools
Liza Alert's work is based on crowdsourcing. The community exists and grows almost exclusively thanks to its online effect and the wide territorial dispersion of its volunteers.
Just like many CRM programs and sites, PlayRM offers a way for web-based game companies to reach out to those who use their products. However, Playnomics – the company behind the platform – has...
This is the first in a series of posts from our friends at passbrains, who will be walking us through a primer on crowdsourced testing. In this first part, we cover what exactly crowdsourced testing is, its advantages, and disadvantages.
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WebPlatform.org is a free one-stop-shopping site for information about Web development and standards, and is stewarded by leading tech companies and coordinated by W3C. The site already has a...
In the first in a series of posts, our friends at passbrains gave us a brief introduction to crowdsource testing, its advantages and disadvantages. In this second part, we learn exactly how it works.
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This is the fourth in a series of posts walking us through a primer on crowdsourced testing. So far we've defined crowdsource testing, and looked at exactly how and why it works. In this final installment, we cover what to watch out for.
After everyone has pitched their ideas, the crowd votes on what they think is most feasible and the digital cowboys agree to build the site in a month, on the understanding that the revenue...
Chinese Crowdsourcing website zhubajie.com, is virtually unheard of outside of China, but is now growing at such an astronomical rate that it can easily be considered the biggest single employer...
Crowdsourcing continues to gain momentum in the private sector. From Microsoft’s Imagine CupLego’s Mindstorms and from GE’s $200m Ecoimagination Challenge to Sony’s Open Planet Ideas, we’ve seen countless examples of cost-efficient, time saving, and high yield crowdsourcing implementations. While crowdsourcing has gained traction in the private sector as a great vehicle for innovation and customer engagement, it is interesting to observe how the public sector is embracing crowdsourcing as an economically effective vehicle for engaging their constituents.
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“Expert” opinion is highly sought after but, in the nascent industry of crowdsourcing, the bias of experience lies with the crowdsourcing platform owners and their teams and maybe the odd crowdsourcing consultancy. Credible “buy-side” views from the users’ of crowdsourcing are appreciated for their candor and objectivity.
In this post, the first of a two-part article, Crowdsourcing.org interviews Tom Masterman of Dialogue Earth about their decision to experiment with the crowdsourcing of educational science videos. In part 1 of this post, Masterman talks about the issues associated with the decision on whether or not to crowdsource a video project around the issues of control, quality, cost and time to set-up.