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Superbowl Commercials – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

With consumers increasingly recording their experiences with brands online, Superbowl XLVI unleashed a trove of valuable...

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Crowdsourcing Scientific Research: Leveraging the Crowd for Scientific Discovery

  Lab scientists spend countless hours manually reviewing and annotating cells. What if we could give these...

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258 Guys in a Garage! Crowdsourcing an Entire Startup

  About the author: Philip Rosedale is the creator of Second Life and a Co-Founder of LoveMachine, Inc. My...

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Crowdsourcing and Retention: From First-Timers to Seasoned Veterans

Millions of people have participated in our tasks over the last few years, and tens of thousands of people are active at...

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Crowdsourcing a Map, to Eat

  Last May, I took a trip to Italy for two weeks. A little bit of history: my friend Jessica and I are both...

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Confidence Bias: Evidence from Crowdsourcing

  Evidence in experimental psychology suggests that most people overestimate their own ability to complete...

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Crowdsourcing and SEM (now with even more cat pics)

Every modern business wrestles with the elusive lady that is the search engine and the potential she offers to connect...

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eDiscovery, meet Crowd

Once upon a time, I had a job that included looking through boxes of documents that were supposedly related to...

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CrowdFlower and Citizen Effect: So Much Madness

After hearing that our friends at Citizen Effect were sponsoring Brackets with Benefits, a cool new March Madness pool...

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CrowdFlower Raises $7M, Launches E-Commerce Tool For Data Categorization

Now, the startup is starting to offer industry and task specific offerings to businesses. A few months ago, CrowdFlower...

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