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I am Saiph, a researcher, activist, and technologist. In these three roles I have focused on empowering minorities to participate in the production of technology.
 
I am Saiph, a researcher, activist, and technologist. In these three roles I have focused on empowering minorities to participate in the production of technology.
As part of the board, I will spend my day fighting for your rights. It is part of my innate nature to fight for others. I will take the time to understand your needs. I will ensure we produce excellent research and technology to support crowd work.
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As part of the board, I will spend my day fighting for your rights. It is part of my innate nature to fight for others. I will also ensure we produce excellent research and technology to support crowd work.
 
Please vote for me! Vote for the change you want to see in crowd work!<br>
 
Please vote for me! Vote for the change you want to see in crowd work!<br>
 
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['''Image Caption:''' Possible photo of myself fighting for your rights!]
 
['''Image Caption:''' Possible photo of myself fighting for your rights!]

Revision as of 18:37, 6 June 2015

Candidates

Mohammed Kambal

Hi! My name is Mohammed Kambal, an internet activist and a lobbyist, with deep interest in the decentralized platforms and new organizations structures. i also worked in similar projects like wikipedia and open street map. a side from this, i'm interested in Internet, culture and globalization i founded a research project cbinternet.org to better understand this area.

Michael Bernstein

I'm a Stanford assistant professor of computer science: I teach and do research on crowdsourcing, social computing, and human-computer interaction. I previously helped create Dynamo, a project to give crowd workers more voice. I've also been an active requester since 2009.

Jsilver

I'm joining this project as an online freelancer with two main goals: I want exploitation and overexploitation of my fellow online workers to stop (and have all workers get better or fair pay), and I'd help create a platform that serves my first goal. If given a chance to serve in the Leadership Board, I would help promote synergy in terms of actions and decisions. As a forever Boy Scout, I love helping other people at all times, and for this project, I would like to help create a fair and far-improved platform for workers and clients alike.

Saiph

I am Saiph, a researcher, activist, and technologist. In these three roles I have focused on empowering minorities to participate in the production of technology. As part of the board, I will spend my day fighting for your rights. It is part of my innate nature to fight for others. I will also ensure we produce excellent research and technology to support crowd work. Please vote for me! Vote for the change you want to see in crowd work!
Walter.jpg
[Image Caption: Possible photo of myself fighting for your rights!]