On October 21 Chaordix, one of the leaders in crowd intelligence solutions, and Genius Crowds, a social ideation community that uses crowdsourcing to encourage the development of new products, declared a new joint venture to mutually provide manufacturing enterprises with increased access to crowdsourcing.
Daily Crowdsource today announced the start of a three part webinar series on the Future of Crowdsourcing, featuring in-depth discussions with some of Crowdsourcing’s top leaders. This series focuses on the microtasking division, and will offer viewers a chance to ask questions of Mark Allen (Clickworker), Brent Frei (Smartsheet), Claire Hunsaker (Samasource), Rob Vandenberg (Lingotek), Ville Miettinen (Microtask), & many more. The series is open to the public and free to attend. The first part takes place on Wednesday, November 9th at 10 a.m. PST.
A crowdsourcing outlet has been launched in New Zealand to enable small businesses to crowdsource design projects. Small businesses in New Zealand can now crowdsource logo and website graphic designs from the best global talents.
Last night in London, at The Economist Innovation Awards Ceremony the Anniversary award was presented. This one time honor is given to, “a person who instigated, designed, developed or implemented a particular innovation”. This prestigious award and the title Innovator of the Decade was bestowed upon the late Steve Jobs a true visionary who represented the essence of great innovation.
The second day of The Economist Innovation Awards Ceremony and Summit continues today in London. Past innovation award winners will come together at London’s Kings Place, for the Innovation Summit to make presentations and participate in workshops. These leaders in their fields will share their inspirations, what factors helped facilitate their achievements, and what they each hope for the future of the field they contributed to.
ViewsHound, a crowdsourced media website, has just added a new daily award to its daily award pool of monetary prizes. The new Author’s Prize allows article writers to vote on each other with the winning writer being awarded $10.
For the last decade, The Economist has awarded the best innovators of our time for their creative thinking and contributions to our society at its annual Innovation Awards: Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs to name a few. Since 2002, the company has recognized the greatest minds of our generation for pushing the envelope and giving us ideas, concepts, solutions, programs, and gadgets that were so far-fetched when they were introduced, but that we couldn’t imagine living without now.
EDF is the non-profit Environmental Defense Fund that looks for solutions to environmental problems. The partnership between InnoCentive and EDF is based on the premise that “we is smarter than me,” and their first initiative together has produced a clever solution to an old agricultural problem. Using InnoCentive’s Internet platform, the two companies challenged the public to find ways to battle agricultural nitrate pollution.
Here at Daily Crowdsource, we like to hear from our readers. We want to know what you’re thinking. What questions do you have bubbling up in your head about crowdsourcing: how does it work, where is it going, are your crowdsourcing experiences typical, what is the future of crowdsourcing, etc?
The American Dream Movement wants congress to pass legislation that will allow job creation through the rebuilding of roads, schools, bridges. They have created a website where people can send in pictures of infrastructure in disrepair needing urgent attention. Every community in the U.S.A. has a neglected park, or buildings that need to be more energy efficient. The movement is about work that needs doing and is seeking input from the crowd to provide evidence of the problems.