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Best Examples of Crowd Sourcing Companies. Audiences at the Gate: Reinventing Arts Philanthropy Through Guided Crowdsourcing. Image by Flickr user Mordac (This article originally appeared in 20UNDER40 anthologyi edited by Edward P.

Audiences at the Gate: Reinventing Arts Philanthropy Through Guided Crowdsourcing

Clapp, and has been republished with permission.) Spurred on by major technological advances, the number of aspiring professional artists in the United States has reached unprecedented levels and will only continue to grow. Problems with Crowdsourcing and how to fix them. What are the challenges of using the crowd to find solutions to technical problems, and how can we overcome them?

Problems with Crowdsourcing and how to fix them

By Paul Wagorn, President of IdeaConnection. Chaordix Crowdsourcing for Innovation, Market Research and Idea Management. Future of Crowdsourcing Summit 2010. Solve Problems. Win Contests. Make Money. Microvolunteering. Skilled Online Volunteering. How the Crowd Is Solving an 800-Year-Old Mystery - Karim R. Lakhani and Kevin J. Boudreau. By Karim R.

How the Crowd Is Solving an 800-Year-Old Mystery - Karim R. Lakhani and Kevin J. Boudreau

Lakhani and Kevin J. Boudreau | 12:00 PM April 17, 2013 Indiana Jones, the great (fictional) archaeologist, used his own brains and creativity to tackle the toughest intellectual puzzles in his quest for the Holy Grail. Indy’s self-reliance represents the dominant approach to tough problems, i.e. individuals and organizations look to themselves for the solution. Today, this self-reliance is giving way to a new approach: globally dispersed crowds, often numbering in the thousands, are being engaged to help solve problems at a scale, speed, and scope that dwarfs traditional efforts. Consider the case of Dr. In the early 13th Century, Khan and his army swept across the steppes of Mongolia to conquer northern China and Central Asia, forming the Mongolian Empire, which continued after his death to become the largest contiguous empire in human history, stretching from as far east as the Sea of Japan and as far west as parts of Europe.

Crowdcrafting. Sixty-six theses on the crowd-intelligent business. Reproduced from Antoni Gutiérrez-Rubí & Juan Freire:

Sixty-six theses on the crowd-intelligent business

Crowd Computing

Crowdsourcing via the Smartphone Lock Screen. Rather than swiping the screen or entering a passcode to unlock the smartphone in my hand, I have to tell it how energetic the people around me are feeling by tapping one of four icons.

Crowdsourcing via the Smartphone Lock Screen

I’m the only one here, and the one that best fits my actual energy level, to be honest, is a figure lying down and emitting a trail of z’s. I’m trying out an Android app called Twitch. Created by Stanford researchers, it asks you to complete a few simple tasks—contributing information, as with the reported energy levels, or performing simple tasks like ranking images or structuring data extracted from Wikipedia pages—each time you unlock your phone. The information collected by apps like Twitch could be useful to academics, market researchers, or local businesses. Such software could also provide a low-cost way to perform useful work that can easily be broken up into pieces and fed to millions of devices.

PyBossa. Twitch Crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing grows up as online workers unite - tech - 07 February 2013. Employer reviews, a living wage, and even promotions: crowd-working on sites like Amazon's Mechanical Turk is shaking off its exploitative past Editorial: "Time to focus on the welfare of online workers" CROWDSOURCING might be big business now but it has never been fair.

Crowdsourcing grows up as online workers unite - tech - 07 February 2013

The Future of Crowd Work by Aniket Kittur, Jeffrey V. Nickerson, Michael S. Bernstein, Elizabeth M. Gerber, Aaron Shaw, John Zimmerman, Matthew Lease, John J. Horton. Aniket Kittur Carnegie Mellon University - School of Computer Science Jeffrey V.

The Future of Crowd Work by Aniket Kittur, Jeffrey V. Nickerson, Michael S. Bernstein, Elizabeth M. Gerber, Aaron Shaw, John Zimmerman, Matthew Lease, John J. Horton

Nickerson Stevens Institute of Technology - Stevens Institute of Technology - School of Business Michael S. Stanford University Elizabeth M. Northwestern University. MC2 – Life's a game. Play it. List of Open Innovation & Crowdsourcing Examples - Best practices. Intermediary Platforms Research & Development platforms Innocentive – open innovation problem solvingIdeaConnection – idea marketplace and problem – IP market placePRESANS (beta) – connect and solve R&D problemsHypios – online problem solvingInnoget – research intermediary platformOne Billion Minds – online (social) challengesNineSigma – technology problem solvingIdeaken – collaborative – Community of innovators & creators.

List of Open Innovation & Crowdsourcing Examples - Best practices

Marketing, Design & Idea platforms Collective Intelligence & Prediction platforms. Crowdsourcing. CloudCrowd - We're working on it. Lots of us. Microtasking. Oh let me count the ways.


Zooniverse interfaces are absolutely gorgeous, making them a real pleasure to spend time with; they really understand user-centered design and motivations. The fact that Zooniverse is conversent in multiple disciplines is incredibly attractive. Indeed, the platform has been used to produce rich scientific data across multiple fields such as astronomy, ecology and climate science. Wikipédia ou comment le Crowdsourcing a bouleversé le monde de la recherche « InnovEnjeu – Business, Web et Technologie en Afrique. Il a fallu à Wikipedia seulement un peu plus d’une décennie pour forcer Britannica, l’encyclopédie la plus universitaire, vieille de 244 ans, à cesser son activité d’impression et se recentrer sur ses encyclopédies en ligne et ses programmes éducatifs pour les écoles.

Wikipédia ou comment le Crowdsourcing a bouleversé le monde de la recherche « InnovEnjeu – Business, Web et Technologie en Afrique

Telle est la puissance d’un pur produit du Crowdsourcing. À ce jour, il y a 21 millions d’articles dans plus de 280 langues traitées dans l’univers Wikipedia. Le fait que tout cela soit disponible gratuitement (et sans publicité) a fait qu’il est devenu rapidement la source préférée de la foule universelle pour les besoins de la recherche. Par contre, la durabilité du site dépend en grande partie des dons du public. Crowdsourcing Directory ★ The Revolutionary Power of Crowds. Etat de l'art en matière de crowdsourcing - crowdsourcing_rapport.pdf. How to Run a Successful Crowdsourcing Project. Crowdsourcing Blog - Power to the (Right) People -blur Group. Crowdsourcing_Landscape.jpg (Image JPEG, 1157x818 pixels) - Redimensionnée (97. Getting Results From Crowds. Industry-crowdsourcing-Landscape. Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding - The Industry Website.

Crowdsourcing. Introduction au Crowdsourcing. Ideas banks... Wired 14.06: The Rise of Crowdsourcing. Remember outsourcing? Sending jobs to India and China is so 2003. The new pool of cheap labor: everyday people using their spare cycles to create content, solve problems, even do corporate R & D. By Jeff HowePage 1 of 4 next » 1. The Professional Story Tools Story Images Click thumbnails for full-size image: Claudia Menashe needed pictures of sick people. In October 2004, she ran across a stock photo collection by Mark Harmel, a freelance photographer living in Manhattan Beach, California. The National Health Museum has grand plans to occupy a spot on the National Mall in Washington by 2012, but for now it’s a fledgling institution with little money.

Wired 14.06: Look Who's Crowdsourcing. By Jeff HowePage 1 of 1 The crowd is ready to work. So who’s hiring? Companies in a wide array of industries are devising ways to harness the intelligence and creativity of distributed labor. Entertainment and news. Crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is a specific sourcing model in which individuals or organizations use contributions from Internet users to obtain needed services or ideas. Definitions[edit] The term "crowdsourcing" was coined in 2005 by Jeff Howe and Mark Robinson, editors at Wired, to describe how businesses were using the Internet to "outsource work to the crowd",[1] which quickly led to the portmanteau "crowdsourcing.

" Howe first published a definition for the term crowdsourcing in a companion blog post to his June 2006 Wired article, "The Rise of Crowdsourcing", which came out in print just days later:[11] "Simply defined, crowdsourcing represents the act of a company or institution taking a function once performed by employees and outsourcing it to an undefined (and generally large) network of people in the form of an open call.

50 Ways to Crowdsource Everything. This is a blog post by Drea Knufken. Image: Wayne Large/Flickr Want something done quickly and well? Sic the swarm on it. Crowdsourcing, which involves a community of anonymous people completing a given task, has become an attractive labor model. Everyone’s seeking it out, from solopreneurs needing transcriptions to Fortune 500 companies looking for answers to complex scientific problems. Crowdsourcing -Fr. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le crowdsourcing, ou externalisation ouverte[1] ou production participative[2], est l'utilisation de la créativité, de l'intelligence et du savoir-faire d'un grand nombre de personnes, en sous-traitance, pour réaliser certaines tâches traditionnellement effectuées par un employé ou un entrepreneur.

Ceci se fait par un appel ciblé (quand un niveau minimal d'expertise est nécessaire) ou par un appel ouvert à d'autres acteurs. User-generated content. Many commercial websites rely on UGC. For example, and Trip Advisor rely on users to rate products and hotels and restaurants, respectively.[2][3] These reviews are important part of what the two respective websites offer.

When UGC is contained in commercial websites it is often monitored by administrators to avoid offensive content or language, copyright infringement issues, or simply to determine relevancy of the content to the site's theme. Because user-generated content is generally free to store, the world's data centers are now replete with exabytes of UGC that, in addition to creating a corporate asset,[4] may also contain data that can be regarded as a liability.[5][6] General requirements[edit] Network effect. Diagram showing the network effect in a few simple phone networks. The lines represent potential calls between phones. Contenu généré par les utilisateurs. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Pour les articles homonymes, voir UGC. Le contenu généré par les utilisateurs (en anglais User-generated content, ou UGC) se réfère à un ensemble de médias dont le contenu est principalement, soit produit soit directement influencé par les utilisateurs finaux. Il est opposé au contenu traditionnel produit, vendu ou diffusé par les entreprises de média traditionnelles. Le terme devint populaire pendant l'année 2005, dans les milieux du Web 2.0, ainsi que dans les nouveaux médias. Ce mouvement reflète la démocratisation des moyens de production audiovisuelle grâce aux nouvelles technologies. Le contenu généré par les utilisateurs est aussi considéré, par ceux qui le pratiquent, comme un excellent moyen pour améliorer leurs compétences, pour s'instruire, pour découvrir et explorer de nouveaux domaines [citation nécessaire].

La gestion de ce contenu est de plus en plus source de réflexions sur la propriété du contenu ainsi créé.