Can crowds be better than experts? Zenia Tata, Executive Director, Global Expansion, XPRIZE said, “Sometimes, yes. It’s not as much about finding FEW expert answers but finding MANY crazy ideas and vetting them into expert solutions.” She discussed the problem-solving potential of communities, and what XPRIZE hopes to achieve in India and Asia. In case you missed the #Crowdchat, here’s the recap.
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Maria is the Editorial Associate of Crowdsourcing Week in charge of media outreach. She's a major of Business Management and Entrepreneurship and an advocate of faith-based non-profit organizations, women's, and children's rights. When she's not writing and dabbling with the Crowdsourcing Week team, she satiates her wanderlust and travel around Asia.
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