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Template for your submission for [[Milestone 3]]. Do not edit this directly - instead, make a new page at [[Milestone 3 YourTeamName]] or whatever your team name is, and copy this template over. You can view the source of this page by clicking the Edit button at the top-right of this page, or by clicking [http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/index.php?title=Milestone_3_Template&action=edit here].
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This is the submission for the Team TestSet.
  
 
== Initial Brainstorm ==
 
== Initial Brainstorm ==
 
The ideas you brainstormed, (at least 10 ideas for trust, and at least 10 ideas for power). Provide them in whatever format you want - diagrams, sketches, descriptions, or a combination (the wiki supports images, [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Images see here] for instructions on uploading them).
 
  
 
=== Trust-related Ideas ===
 
=== Trust-related Ideas ===
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* Requesters should be able to trust workers based on prior work history.
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* Each worker should have a bio that adds to the humanness part of the worker. This will definitely be a step towards ensuring that workers are not a commodity, but human beings that deserve respect and trust. An image and a description of the individual can go a long way in accomplishing this.
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* Workers should be trusted to get the work done with sincerity.
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* Clear and transparent evaluation schemes should be laid out before a task is posted.
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* No rejection should be possible, since clear terms and conditions will be mentioned about each work.
  
 
=== Power-related Ideas ===
 
=== Power-related Ideas ===
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* Requesters cannot alone decide if a work is acceptable or if the work should be rejected. Each work should have moderators who would decide what work gets accepted and what gets rejected.
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* The payment should not be delayed in any case. The way this can work is, if someone accomplishes 75% of the task then the person is immediately paid the full amount. If the person then does not complete the work, this money is taken back entirely. But this ensures timely payment, and a shift of power from the requester to the worker.
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* Requesters can validate the workers ability. This can mean the requesters can encourage good workers by other incentives like extra payment or hiring them specifically for getting more work done.
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* Workers can together form groups and unions to make sure their voices are heard. This can not only ensure minimum wage for good quality work but can also lead to a shift of power from requesters to workers.
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* Workers should be able to communicate ideas to requesters about task complaints, task problems and requesters should be committed to replying and addressing such needs so as to ensure they have complete say in what ideas get rejected and what get accepted.
  
 
== Dive Deeper into Specific Ideas ==
 
== Dive Deeper into Specific Ideas ==
 
For each of the 4 ideas (2 for trust, 2 for power), describe (using diagrams, sketches, storyboards, text, or some combination) the ideas in further detail.
 
 
Please <strong>create a separate wiki page for each of your ideas</strong>, so we can link to them individually. The title of the wiki page should be Milestone 3 followed by your team name and a description of the idea itself (ex: [[Milestone 3 YourTeamName TrustIdea 1: Automatic Pricing for Tasks based on Average Completion Time]]). Once done, post a link to each of your trust-related ideas to http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/category/milestone-3-trust-ideas and a link to each of your power-related ideas to http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/category/milestone-3-power-ideas when done, following the instructions at http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/posts/bXSNbqihjajASBQEL
 
  
 
=== Trust-related Ideas ===
 
=== Trust-related Ideas ===
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== Dark Horse idea ==
 
== Dark Horse idea ==
 
Describe your dark horse idea (using diagrams, sketches, storyboards, text, or some combination).
 
 
Please <strong>create a separate wiki page for your dark horse idea</strong> so we can link to it individually. Post the link on http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/category/milestone-3-dark-horse-ideas when done
 
  
 
* [[Milestone 3 TestSet DarkHorseIdea]] - http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/posts/6sd8k4mtScp8Yg2Bk
 
* [[Milestone 3 TestSet DarkHorseIdea]] - http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/posts/6sd8k4mtScp8Yg2Bk

Revision as of 23:06, 18 March 2015

This is the submission for the Team TestSet.

Initial Brainstorm

Trust-related Ideas

  • Requesters should be able to trust workers based on prior work history.
  • Each worker should have a bio that adds to the humanness part of the worker. This will definitely be a step towards ensuring that workers are not a commodity, but human beings that deserve respect and trust. An image and a description of the individual can go a long way in accomplishing this.
  • Workers should be trusted to get the work done with sincerity.
  • Clear and transparent evaluation schemes should be laid out before a task is posted.
  • No rejection should be possible, since clear terms and conditions will be mentioned about each work.

Power-related Ideas

  • Requesters cannot alone decide if a work is acceptable or if the work should be rejected. Each work should have moderators who would decide what work gets accepted and what gets rejected.
  • The payment should not be delayed in any case. The way this can work is, if someone accomplishes 75% of the task then the person is immediately paid the full amount. If the person then does not complete the work, this money is taken back entirely. But this ensures timely payment, and a shift of power from the requester to the worker.
  • Requesters can validate the workers ability. This can mean the requesters can encourage good workers by other incentives like extra payment or hiring them specifically for getting more work done.
  • Workers can together form groups and unions to make sure their voices are heard. This can not only ensure minimum wage for good quality work but can also lead to a shift of power from requesters to workers.
  • Workers should be able to communicate ideas to requesters about task complaints, task problems and requesters should be committed to replying and addressing such needs so as to ensure they have complete say in what ideas get rejected and what get accepted.

Dive Deeper into Specific Ideas

Trust-related Ideas

Power-related Ideas

Dark Horse idea