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Surviving crowdsourcing

by Chief strategist and co-founder at sQuid on Nov 11, 2009

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Community, collaborative, social. Will the language industry survive crowdsourcing? ...

Community, collaborative, social. Will the language industry survive crowdsourcing?
Presentation for the XXXIV IALB-ASTTI Conference "The World in Crisis – And the Language Industry?"
Geneva, 13-14 November 2009

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  • alaindesilets Alain Désilets, Consultant en informatique at National Research Council of Canada Great paper Luigi! Is it possible to get a printable copy? I would like to have a bunch of PhD students in translation read that paper in a class where I will lecture, but it's pretty cumbersome to read on slideshare. 3 years ago
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  • BruceSwanson Bruce Swanson, Copy editor/proofreader at Matura Farrington My dangerous idea is that crowdsourcing could be accomplished by a lottery. See my Knol article entitled: Keystroke Lotteries: Typing for Tickets:

    http://knol.google.com/k/bruce-swanson/keystroke-lotteries-typing-for-tickets/2pwl4dkclsj3z/2?hd=ns#
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