Crowdsourcing: Longitude Prize, Distributed Proofreaders, Wikimedia Foundation, Pagerank, Openstreetmap, Pea Galaxy

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General Books, 2010 - Human computation - 226 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 69. Chapters: Longitude prize, Distributed Proofreaders, List of crowdsourcing projects, Wikimedia Foundation, PageRank, OpenStreetMap, Pea galaxy, Google Lunar X Prize, The Wisdom of Crowds, Netflix Prize, DARPA Grand Challenge, Ushahidi, IStockphoto, Mass collaboration, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Open innovation, LibriVox, Article One Partners, ReCAPTCHA, Zooppa, Utest, DARPA Network Challenge, OpenSeaMap, Ricky McCormick murder notes, RocketHub, Kickstarter, Wreckamovie, Phylo, InnoCentive, Mygengo, Closed innovation, Yet2.com, Dell IdeaStorm, Spigit, Pledgemusic, Experience Project, Citizen Weather Observer Program, SeeClickFix, Steve Coast, BlooSee, WBEW, Microtask, NotchUp, Innovation Exchange, Giveo, CrowdFlower, Maneno, Urtak, Learning to love you more, CloudCrowd, MyStock, Memrise, Servio, BootB.com, Spot.us, FamilySearch Indexing, Lectorium, I-Cube Systems, Wisdom of the crowd, YouComm News, Quirky, Know-How Trading, World Water Monitoring Day, NineSigma, YouCut, Ideawicket, Bossa, Pitching engine, Ubiquitous Human Computing, Open innovation intermediary, TurKit, Distributed thinking. Excerpt: Below is a list of projects that rely on crowdsourcing. Contents: Top 0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1. real life: video diaries, documentaries, stories of journeys in videos made by the video makers of UserFarm 2. journalism: local news, sport events, event coverage and interviews done by mobile journalists 3. advertising: TV spots, viral videos, tutorials for any product or service 4. how to: video advice for a wide range of topics, from bricolage to looking after home pets 5. fiction: shorts, parodies, comedy sketches, mash ups 6. other: videoart, cartoons, music videos and talent scouting VenCorps, founded in 2008, is a venture capital fund which invests based upon crowd-sourced decisions. Wikimedia ...

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