With the fast evolution of information and communications technology, the Internet has become available almost anywhere and at any time. Smartphones and similar devices have become increasingly essential in everyday life and various kinds have been made readily available in large numbers. The ease of access to such devices has had an immense impact on the number of people around the globe who are interconnected. These global connections enable people to communicate and collaborate across borders instantaneously and at a low cost. That would have been challenging or even impossible a few years ago. Besides enabling easy and fast transfer of information, the Internet has also generated an incredibly huge potential labor force that is available 24/7, globally distributed, and has a highly diverse set of skills.
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The crypto market has indefinitely weakened. After the hype swapped out of the crypto scene itself last autumn the percentage of fake ICOs has grown...
CrowdScience #12: Recommender systems | For designing recommender systems it is necessary to understand the behavior and preferences of workers carrying out tasks via #crowdsourcing platforms. Here's an empirical study to gain more insights: http://ow.ly/keWO50i4ato #ico #ethereum
CrowdScience #11: Methods for Crowdtesting | Our next chapter deals with different methods for QoE assessment with crowdsourcing. Matthias Hirth and Phuoc Tran-Gia present a collection of best http://practices. http://ow.ly/TtFd50i3wps #crowdprecision #ico #crowdsourcing #ethereum
CrowdScience #10: Network Measurements
Matthias Hirth and Phuoc Tran-Gia research the impact of video traffic on access networks by comparing measurements of a global content delivery network (CDN). http://ow.ly/8gxF50i0pfz #crowdprecision #crowdsourcing #ico #ethereum #crypto