gig-economy

Decentralization and Deglobalization

Crowdsourcing Week’s Theme of 2022 I believe 2022 will be a pivotal year for how we live and work, and for many aspects of the crowd economy. Decentralization and deglobalization deliver a more even distribution of power in society, and it’s our theme in 2022. There...

A #1 Business Model of the Decade: the Crowd Economy

A #1 Business Model of the Decade: the Crowd Economy

Almost two years ago Peter Diamandis, the entrepreneur perhaps best known for being founder and chairman of the X Prize Foundation, wrote his prediction of seven business models that will capture and dominate the 2020s. At the top of his list was the Crowd Economy....

Top 5 Crowd Testing Platforms

To succeed in today's global market and create positive brand awareness there is an increasing need for organizations to improve user experience of their websites, apps and other software. Helping companies to launch their websites and mobile apps to the public...

Top 5 Crowdsourced Data Annotation Solutions

Top 5 Crowdsourced Data Annotation Solutions

Robots, drones or vehicles need artificial intelligence based on reliable data to achieve high levels of dependable autonomy. Medical service providers and space exploration need mass volumes of data analysed and assessed to draw correct conclusions from future data....

Hacker On-Demand

Cybersecurity is a fast growing sector, expected to be worth over $345 billion by 2026. With higher levels of remote working among office workers, hackers have been keen to exploit the relatively low security of residential internet connections as entry routes to...

Crowd-based Trends in Innovation for Education

Education is going through a massive transition. A long-established structure, largely unchanged since the 19th century, has been forced to finally grasp 21st century technology, plus its attitudes and behaviours, at a comparative overnight pace. Different factors,...

The Important Role of Crowdfunding for Agriculture

The world’s population is expected to have grown by over a third from 2009 to 2050, an additional 2.3 billion people. To feed this number of people, food production will have to increase by around 70% from the 2005/07 levels (source: The World Bank). Meeting this...