We’re back from our NYC Meetup. If you missed the event, you can see the presentations here.
“I really like how crowdsourcing/remote work is simultaneously a hot topic in both academia and industry/entrepreneurship. It’s fairly rare to have practitioners (startups, non-profits, etc.) interacting so positively and so frequently with researchers. This dynamic was definitely on display at the event. And kudos to CrowdFlower for sponsoring and promoting these — I think they’re doing a real service.”
And here’s what some of the attendees had to say.
“Loved the diversity of the use cases which made a strong case for the broader utility of crowdsourcing. Looking forward to attending and participating in more of these — I hope to also see more talks with a focus on enablement (tools, services) and collaboration beyond the case studies.”
“A++ — I think this is relevant, timely and absolutely fascinating from a research perspective.”
“Very exciting. It’s amazing how interdisciplinary it is.”
Let us know what you think.