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  • ...ssigned a bid modifier based on their skill in the problem-class and their reputation (or lack there of). For example, if we know from prior data that workers of - Worker William is brand new and has no reputation. He would like $0.10 per classification task. However, knowing that - on av
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  • ...encourage Ws to help other users of the platform in order to build a solid reputation, as with users on various forums. ...udos_%E2%80%93_Reputation_Point_System Milestone 3 Trust Idea 2: Kudos – Reputation Point System]] - http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/posts/gLP8kMCh79vZ5Botv
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  • A site-wide point-based reputation system for workers will help instill trust among requesters and workers ali
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  • *The middle-man, besides gaining a margin and reputation, supervises the worker with his/her expertise.
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  • *The middle-man, besides gaining a margin and reputation, supervises the worker with his/her expertise.
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  • ...that they understand the goal of the task and avoid errors to keep up the reputation (Refer last point of Worker needs in Milestone 3)
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  • ...jected to re-evaluation for rejection, he knows that it will cost him time/reputation to reject in haste or without a genuine reason, so the requester will be fa
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  • ...(Not the facebook kind J) to establish the definition of expertise, beyond reputation and perception. Once expertise/competency has been devined (as a quality qu
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  • ...y to Cold War MAD philosophy is germaine; the threat to destroy the others reputation, while distasteful is an effective way to minimize ethical/moral transgress
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  • ...worker can be given one chance to withdraw his work without affecting his reputation. (Haven’t thought this feature through.)
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  • ...newcomers. They have to depend a lot on luck to be able to build their own reputation on the system. If they get accepted by requesters who are generous enough t ...s reputation points for being a requester as well as being a worker. These reputation points can later translate into monetary earnings, thus benefitting the use
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  • ...ester has a low rating. The workers are given power to affect the worker's reputation by providing feedback and ratings. *A good reputation for a requester will lead to better visiblity on the HIT list.
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  • Having search based on requesters reputation would increase the trust of worker ---> requester. So we need to give worke By having a contract-based system, penalizing the requester "Reputation" for unjustified rejection and enabling micro-contracts between worker and
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  • Having search based on requesters reputation would increase the trust of worker ---> requester. So we need to give worke
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  • ...workers on AMT who spend a considerable amount of time slowly accumulating reputation on the site by doing jobs. However, beyond whatever respect these people ge
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  • ...the requesters should bear the consequences severely. This can include bad reputation and thus less power and privilege related to posting work in the future. Th
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  • ...motivate and reward the workers? How might we provide them credentials and reputation? '''Reputation, Transparency and Incentive'''
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  • ...es of Collective Intelligence Framework, Malone etal 2010] have shown that Reputation, Incentives, and Motivation play a big role in developing sustainable crowd * How might we increase the '''reputation of requestors'''?
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  • ...es of Collective Intelligence Framework, Malone etal 2010] have shown that Reputation, Incentives, and Motivation play a big role in developing sustainable crowd * How might we increase the '''reputation of requestors'''?
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  • ...ester has a low rating. The workers are given power to affect the worker's reputation by providing feedback and ratings. *A good reputation for a requester will lead to better visiblity on the HIT list.
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  • ...ssigned a bid modifier based on their skill in the problem-class and their reputation (or lack there of). For example, if we know from prior data that workers of - Worker William is brand new and has no reputation. He would like $0.10 per classification task. However, knowing that - on av
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  • ...ester has a low rating. The workers are given power to affect the worker's reputation by providing feedback and ratings. *A good reputation for a requester will lead to better visiblity on the HIT list.
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  • *The possibility of misusing the system to improve the requester’s reputation by fixing HITs with a worker in-exchange for a good review.
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  • ...ted to mass rejection, or cases which involve requester/worker with a poor reputation
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  • ...get to pay a fee to all workers that submitted something and the workers' reputation will not be influenced. ...ected without obtaining any reason from requesters. This also causes their reputation to go down.
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  • ...lp in developing trust among workers about working for any requester. This reputation system is monitored both by the platform host/admin and the workers. (Eg: T # Based on requester's reputation and previous achievements
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  • # The worker is given some additional reputation points for the same
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  • A priority system (like in DoTA2) in which a requester or worker with bad reputation/complaints or malpractices will be pushed to a low prioirty band for a dura
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  • ...d. They become risk-averse when a task might be confusing and affect their reputation or payment. ...m: Workers output rejected on loose grounds. Results in lowering of worker reputation. requester not affected by gray reviews.
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  • ...d. They become risk-averse when a task might be confusing and affect their reputation or payment.
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  • * Cheaters should be punished for which a two-sided and somewhat complex reputation system is needed. ...ation, feedback, and pay. These may be addressed by mechanisms to maintain reputation, provide better interaction with requesters, and increase motivation.
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  • ...a permanent rejection mark on the profile of the worker and affects their reputation for other jobs. Workers should be able to know why they got rejected, if t
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  • ** Need for a reputation score. * Reputation System (Stackoverflow like)
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  • A strong reputation system with strict rules can enforce both power and trust. By strict rules
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  • ...d the proposed actions might minimize their repercussion on the worker’s reputation or confidence.
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  • *A two-sided and complex reputation system is needed to punish cheaters/improve
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  • === Reputation: How might we design better reputation systems? ===
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  • === REPUTATION: How might we design better reputation systems? === ...atings (reputation level) of the worker and the requester on the platform. Reputation level could be provided on the basis of lot of parameters, for instance, sk
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  • The problem addressed here is how we are going to assign some reputation to the worker/requester so that there can be quality work available to the a) Our system is going to involve every worker/requester have two reputation bars connected to their profile, one is the experience bar, which tells us
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  • Previous studies indicate that a reliable reputation system has an impact on the matching process of tasks and workers (Karger u This paper examines the interdependencies of wages, reputation/performance and quality of workers and suggests theoretical concepts to cha
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  • ====Reputation==== All the ideas presented under the theme of "Reputation" have the underlying approach of ranking the workers according to their ski
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  • All the ideas presented under the theme of "Reputation" have the underlying approach of ranking the workers according to their ski
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  • and good reputation / but sense its just a beginning. Worker could became a community manager.
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  • == Reputation == [[Milestone 4 Opera Reputation: Karma Points]] http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/posts/66RWifCqASfZPyCer
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  • === Reputation: To design a better reputation system === [[Milestone 4 PNPVirtualMachine: Dynamic Reputation]]
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  • ...s required. Each skill category has certain hierarchy which will build the reputation of the worker in it. The worker can move up the levels to get tasks which a ...ble to move up the ranks rather quickly. He should be able to build up the reputation in an easy way once he gets through the evaluation phases.
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  • The three themes that our team chose were Reputation, Results and Empathy. We compared and contrasted ideas under each theme bas === Theme 1 : Reputation ===
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  • ...name and a description of the idea itself (ex: [[Milestone 4 YourTeamName Reputation: Leveling System for Workers Leading to Better Wages]]). Once done, post a
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  • #Building up reputation in the worker community, etc
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  • === Reputation === [[Milestone 4 RATH Reputation: Public Ratings System]] Provide public quantitative and qualitative feedba
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  • * Maybe they have a reputation/given a reputation amount by the Requester ...heirs (there are multiple groups of workers who are organised based on the reputation)
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  • ...s a Priority System in which resolution cases of requester/worker with bad reputation are pushed to low priority while one of the other idea suggests using a hum ...that worker's reputation and give this responsibility with workers of high reputation) who is responsible for improving task clarity in return for a higher payme
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  • ...n before it exits the quarantine for deployment could be selected based on reputation or elected by the community. This way a set of people of represent the comm
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  • '''Reputation: How might we design better reputation systems?''' ...name and a description of the idea itself (ex: [[Milestone 4 YourTeamName Reputation: Leveling System for Workers Leading to Better Wages]]). Once done, post a
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  • ...ranteed a high quality of results, and would like some KPI to evaluate the reputation of a worker (@seku). ...st to achieve 5 star mono-dimensional recognition, if many cases, leads to reputation inflation (Horton 2015) or threatened retaliation and has also lead to the
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  • === Reputation === * Better reputation = better workers, better results = build reputation through facilitating resolution.
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  • '''Problem''': Without a reputation system, Workers don't know who is safe to work for and Requesters don't kno
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  • ...good payment history. Paying at the earliest also increases the requesters reputation.
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  • === Reputation === How might we design better reputation systems?
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  • Frequent mention of skill ratings in most of the reputation ideas, but not very many details on how these skills are assessed.
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  • ...name and a description of the idea itself (ex: [[Milestone 4 YourTeamName Reputation: Leveling System for Workers Leading to Better Wages]]). Once done, post a
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  • ...name and a description of the idea itself (ex: [[Milestone 4 YourTeamName Reputation: Leveling System for Workers Leading to Better Wages]]). Once done, post a
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  • ...out to other areas of work without barriers or fear of it affecting their reputation rating in the crowdsourcing marketplace. Workers want timely, relevant oppo
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  • === Reputation === ...name and a description of the idea itself (ex: [[Milestone 4 YourTeamName Reputation: Leveling System for Workers Leading to Better Wages]]). Once done, post a
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  • ...ssumption that insights from usability testing are linked to concepts like reputation, motivation, performance, trust, etc.'''
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  • === Reputation: How might we design better reputation systems? === === Reputation: How might we design better reputation systems? ===
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  • ...ateRanking is one of the parameters that determines the requestor's global reputation. The parameter has positive weights if maximum number of requestors use the ...plates & rubrics with the community, earn rewards, and further enhance his reputation. Other requestors and workers can vote on the high quality templates. An a
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  • ...es of Collective Intelligence Framework, Malone etal 2010] have shown that Reputation plays a big role in developing sustainable crowd sourcing communities. Ther ...rsify the risk involved in the crowdsourcing work.''' We propose following reputation based portfolio [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diversification_%28finance%29
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  • === REPUTATION === [[Milestone 4 UWI Reputation: User Profile]]
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  • ...rson, offers the path to meet this person in real the world and proves the reputation and skills of a worker. Empathy and Reputation:
    2 KB (353 words) - 18:15, 26 March 2015
  • ...point system is shown on the right of the image. The points represent the reputation and working ability of this person. Once a worker has enough points, his/he Empathy and Reputation:
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  • === REPUTATION === # Transparency is vital in building reputation for both worker and requester. A worker works with assurance if he/she whom
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  • [[File:Reputation.JPG]]
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  • === Reputation === - more tasks available for those who have higher reputation
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  • ...hird party the task should be taken down and it should mark the requesters reputation.
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  • ...name and a description of the idea itself (ex: [[Milestone 4 YourTeamName Reputation: Leveling System for Workers Leading to Better Wages]]). Once done, post a
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  • ...ccessful as long as there is no kind of “discrimination” on grounds of reputation of the worker. ...l not be able to pay less just because the worker has a comparitively poor reputation or the worker is new. This way the new workers will be able to establish th
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  • * Based on the reputation of the worker, the submitted HITs are reviewed for quality ...view policy''' : High reputation workers will review HITs submitted by low reputation workers and vice-versa
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  • == Reputation == A reputation system is a must for any crowdsourcing platform as it provides the required
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  • === THEME 3 : Reputation === '''How might we design better reputation systems?'''
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  • '''How might we design better reputation systems?''' So, a reputation system is necessary to provide an efficient mechanism to choose the desired
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  • ...name and a description of the idea itself (ex: [[Milestone 4 YourTeamName Reputation: Leveling System for Workers Leading to Better Wages]]). Once done, post a
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  • We selected [[Milestone 4 Opera Reputation: Karma Points]] idea from milestone 4 to do storyboarding:
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  • ...rove this model is to add in a social interaction aspect, and a way to use reputation to select the reviewers. ** '''Secondly, this problem can be cleverly offset by reducing reputation by some amount every time a reviewer says that the monetary compensation is
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  • === Note: Experienced workers are those who have higher reputation in the community === === Note: Reputation points can also be considered for an expert answering such queries.(Similar
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  • [[Milestone 5 TuringMachine Mockup: Sustainable Reputation Mechanism]] [[Milestone 5 TuringMachine Storyboard: Sustainable Reputation Mechanism]].
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  • ...es of Collective Intelligence Framework, Malone etal 2010] have shown that Reputation plays a big role in developing sustainable crowd sourcing communities. Ther ...rsify the risk involved in the crowdsourcing work.''' We propose following reputation based portfolio [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diversification_%28finance%29
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  • ...es of Collective Intelligence Framework, Malone etal 2010] have shown that Reputation plays a big role in developing sustainable crowd sourcing communities. Ther ...rsify the risk involved in the crowdsourcing work.''' We propose following reputation based portfolio [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diversification_%28finance%29
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  • The idea used was "Mutual Rating(Reputation)". -> A novice will have to be given a head-start for acquiring reputation.
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  • 6- Zhang, Yu, and Mihaela van der Schaar. "Reputation-based incentive protocols in crowdsourcing applications." INFOCOM, 2012 Pro
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  • ...ably big number of downvotes as compared to the upvotes. Such a worker’s reputation will be affected negatively. The platform has a Badge System where depending on reputation, the Worker and the Requester both receive a particular badge. The title of
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  • ...and trusted, they need feedback from requesters to get more HITs and gain reputation. This calls for an accurate exposure of their skills and qualifications for
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  • ...and trusted, they need feedback from requesters to get more HITs and gain reputation. This calls for an accurate exposure of their skills and qualifications for
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  • ...ertise is not who your are, but how you do it (well, timely) and requestor reputation is founded not on anecdotes, but on an index of measurable criteria. #Han Yu, Zhiqi Shen, Chunyan Miao, and Bo An. 2013. A reputation-aware decision-making approach for improving the efficiency of crowdsourcin
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  • '''Trust Rank, Sustainable Reputation Framework for the Volatile Crowdsourcing Marketplace''' ...ticipants in different tranches, risk buckets. The ecosystem around the ''reputation score'' helps sustain the trust level by rewarding good practices and punis
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  • ...point system is shown on the right of the image. The points represent the reputation and working ability of this person. Once a worker has enough points, his/he
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  • Existing Crowdsourcing platforms do not enforce strong importance on the reputation of both - the workers and the employers. Employers are forced to assign wor ...lementing a crowdsourcing platform which increases the transparency of the reputation of all users of the platform. Primarily, this paper focuses on highlighting
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  • ...tain better quality of work on crowdsourcing platforms, which enhances the reputation of such systems. In order to create trust, workers and requesters need to b ...n about the results, this will have a negative influence on the mentor’s reputation. With this mentoring system, new workers will have an easier start, trust c
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