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  • ...for a new crowdsourcing platform called Daemo. I'm helping to work on the reputation system there, and we're trying to make the wording very clear for it. What
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  • Instead of a reputation system, the Agency model repositions power to a third party that holds the ...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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  • * Reputation System 1 [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvSmgjkEi5k watch] * Reputation System 2 [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8q5n2kmWRE watch]
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  • '''Boomerang Reputation System'''
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  • == Boomerang Reputation Experiment == Boomerang is a reputation system designed to incentivize workers and requesters to rate each other ho
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  • ...ntuitive indicator than plain text. Specific colors can be used to reflect reputation scores of workers/requesters by replacing the words "check+", "check" and "
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  • ...is assigned points based on his reputation. The higher his experience and reputation the more points he gets, which he can use to message requesters for clarifi
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  • -Qualifications & Reputation: Is some form of reputation
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  • --Act in ways that protect my reputation
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  • Customized Boomerang is a reputation system that extends original Boomerang to a broader version. ...questers and workers can provide more genuine reviews and thus help reduce reputation inflation at online crowdsourcing platforms. However, the task feed in Daem
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  • 5 elected directly from the community, proven history in Daemo, good reputation, and contribution to the forum .
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  • 5 elected directly from the community, proven history in Daemo, good reputation, and contribution to the forum .
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  • 5 elected directly from the community, proven history in Daemo, good reputation, and contribution to the forum .
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  • ...platform based on their performance on tasks and their skills. Also, their reputation would have to be monitored/analyzed by some reputable people, at the very b Again, here I am as a worker, now with a good reputation and membership in a guild. I’ve realized there is some sort with the poll
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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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  • 3) Issue of reputation system, pressurizing crowdworker (rating, etc.) as explained in [http://cro
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  • '''Information between workers and Requesters''' : Reputation of workers, quality of tasks description, priority of taskfeed. and estimat
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  • ...ers require a "work profile", which will keep track of their skills, their reputation or rating and other specification necessary for them to depict when they ar
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  • I have made 15 slides describing how we can model a reputation system framing
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  • Why not using guilds to address the reputation issue in crowdsourcing:
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  • Bringing a bit of game design you could design a reputation system where you have both levels and perhaps classes. In terms of levellin Workers' and requesters' reputation linked directly to each class or area rather than an aggregate for all the
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  • The Reputation System is integral to supporting trust in and of Daemo by allowing workers To date, most reputation systems distill to a single flat metric, 4 out of 5 stars, a rating of A,B,
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  • Boomerang - Daemo's reputation system Reputation System - the system whereby individuals are given ratings
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  • ...as possible OR modest amount to either reinvest for platform development, reputation review payments etc.)
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  • *2. Expertise and Competency expectation/standardization (Reputation/Trust). Can guilds solve the ironic relationship between pricing and skill ...(Not the facebook kind J) to establish the definition of expertise, beyond reputation and perception. Once expertise/competency has been defined (as a quality qu
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  • * Issue of reputation system, pressurizing crowdworker (rating, etc.) as explained in [http://cro
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  • ...a key process within Guilds on Daemo. Leveling directly impacts pricing, reputation, and although we are not yet addressing training and learning, there are al
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  • *2. Expertise and Competency expectation/standardization (Reputation/Trust) ...(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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  • ...r workers in the guildcondition will be determined by their guild ranking; reputation for workers in the control condition will be determined by their work accep
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  • ...By using this method, we're able to ensure that we're addressing both the reputation and quality issues without creating friction within the community. ...l is influenced by the asymmetry in power, information access, pricing and reputation of Mturk. It is pervasive and the impulse is to correct the injustice; for
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  • In discussion we decided that a forum with some kind of reputation features would be a good level to start with. [http://daemo-forum.herokuapp
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  • ...if the requester doesn’t like what I do? And how does all this solve the reputation problem?(MB Question) ...ools to return balance to the reputation challenge? Short of removing the reputation inflation problem entirely by hand picking each and every worker and buildi
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  • Reputation systems can be gamed, to the point they are rendered irrelevant while testi ...across the platform is the best way to ensure that our approach solves the reputation problem faced by crowdsourcing services nowadays because it allows the plat
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  • *6. Eleni Koutrouli and Aphrodite Tsalgatidou. Reputation Systems Evaluation Survey. ACM Comput. Surv. 48, 3, Article 35, December 20 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2835373 - File:Reputation evaluation survey A35-koutrouli.pdf
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  • Last night, @neilthemathguy, @dilrukshi, and I had a hangout discussing the Reputation System UI and how to expand on it. Here is what we discussed and here is my
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  • '''Horton Reputation Paper Analysis - Team Pumas''' The definition of “reputation” evolved from “private beliefs market participants had about each other
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  • * Workers want to learn more about their requesters reputation about the requests they have posted and how they have responded to their pr * Requesters would like to have access to the worker reputation and history and have a better understanding of their demographics.
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  • ** Reputation
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  • * '''Reputation''': How might we make payment clear and transparent? * [Active] '''Import finance concepts/External quality ratings''': Reputation, like credit score: worker ratings of requesters place them into A, B (good
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  • * '''Reputation''': How might we make payment clear and transparent? * '''Import finance concepts/External quality ratings''': Reputation, like credit score: worker ratings of requesters place them into A, B (good
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  • '''#reputation-sys''' -
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  • ...ote that matches his/her actual opinion, the platform would confer a badge/reputation points, as well as, among other things, allow the platform to recommend any ...e all forum actions (posts, votes, etc.) with a person's Daemo profile and reputation. Each person can only create one forum account.
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  • = '''Reputation and Other Ideas by Jsilver''' = I will post a collection of my "wish-list" reputation ideas (among other ideas), some of which have been scattered in my mind and
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  • ...ek 10 milestone]]. The next step would be to identify common themes like [[reputation inflation]] and split them off into their own articles with support from th Finally, project subgroups (open-governance, reputation-systems, leadership-board) should have their own pages with descriptions an
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  • I am keen to further support the work in Usability, Reputation Systems, paper submissions and whatever else is needed. This research proje ...project: platform, usability, task creation, feedback, pricing mechanism, reputation, sustainability, and open governance.
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  • ...hen you also take into account the impact those decisions have on pricing, reputation, and training/learning, the enormity can be overwhelming. Hence the need t Reputation:
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  • Crowdsourcing platforms are subject to reputation inflation due to repercussions from social pressures. As a result worker-re
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  • How might we allow workers to crowd-regulate reputation and expertise? .... Guilds must internally self regulate or risk losing prestigue, standing, reputation. Yet, Requestors also benefit in that instead of having to trust (and go th
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  • Evaluation for Boomberang Reputation System ...ers; taking workers with poor reputation; medium reputation; and excellent reputation.
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  • ...hird party the task should be taken down and it should mark the requesters reputation.
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  • This week we are focusing on the three themes Empathy, Resolution and Reputation. We discussed on these themes and concluded that == Reputation ==
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  • ...across the platform is the best way to ensure that our approach solves the reputation problem faced by crowdsourcing services nowadays because it allows the plat ...y is most similar to the experience required by a determined task (aka his reputation towards a specific skill set)?
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  • ...efore we show them.We recommend 3. They select the worker level they need (reputation), which guides who is able to submit to Milestone 0. Any sufficiently qualified individual via the reputation requirements can submit Milestone 0, first come first serve, up to the maxi
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  • ...actors to limit unrealistic expectations or unappreciated efforts (e.g. by reputation tracking, workflow accountability, audits); and collaborative efforts to gu ...missions that pass some threshold are moved forward to a second tier where reputation-having (accountable, potentially not anonymized) crowdworkers can essential
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  • ...t belong to any Grade. After working on various tasks they eventually gain reputation and are promoted to different grades. The highest grade is Grade A. ...e gets the earlier promised pay irrespective of his grade and boost to his reputation.
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  • ...is the ability to repeatedly work with the same requester. Maybe even have reputation scores on requesters ("This requester is cool to work with 5/5 would work a
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  • ...ll be collectively discussing and contributing to external quality ratings/reputation systems'''. People interested in contributing to infrastructure should chec == Reputation systems ==
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  • This week we'll take the brainstorming about open-gov and reputation system to next level, by getting user feedback. In order for us to have a s == Reputation systems ==
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  • ...interface screenshots from @neilthemathguy et al which are pinned the the #reputation-system channel
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  • I would also like to suggest again, that we look at keeping the reputation specific to the category of work rather than a holistic rating of person.
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  • ...o discourage requestors from posting anything less than standards. If such reputation is integrated in a more transparent way within the system, it would be bett ...f reviews, where as a new person may not have time to work to gain similar reputation. In TaskRabbit, highest rated taskers are called TaskRabbit Elite and have
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  • ...nal (and slower), where you're encouraged to show off your skills, build a reputation, and commit to larger projects.
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  • * nothing is done to give Turkers a better reputation; seen as “third world”, unskilled, etc.
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  • ...unction of historic tasks and quality can help create digital profiles and reputation of workers. This is similar to design feature used in TaskRabbit or [http:/
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  • ...example,one of our team member was personally motivated to get a five star reputation in the Twitter category as he was very active on that social media and henc
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  • ...example,one of our team member was personally motivated to get a five star reputation in the Twitter category as he was very active on that social media and henc
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  • ...n their chat rooms and threads. Be thoughtful! Researchers have a bit of a reputation for just marching in and telling Turkers what they really need, which isn't
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  • ...ments by requestors have adverse impact on turkers motivation, earning and reputation. 3. They need to have a balance between anonymity and reputation<br>
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  • ...d workers can complete them at any time, without having to think about the reputation of the requester or to refamiliarize themselves with the task. This should 1. Most good workers leave the market because due to absence of reputation system the wages of good and bad workers is same.With so low wages, good wo
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  • ...T, and the interface also doesn't come to any help. This can lead to a bad reputation of the Requester, as the worker said that he will stay away from the reques
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  • - Worker reputation system is broken (as mentioned above), it is too easy to game the system an - Requesters don't have a reputation system they can manage on Amazon. Reputation is derived from forums like Turker Nation using tools like TurkOpticon.
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  • *Requestors need to learn about their workers reputation.
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  • * Rejection from requesters are only give negative feedbacks. It affects reputation and might cost money.
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  • ...n various parameters to create a standardized way to asses a requester’s reputation, which can be helpful to other workers. *If a worker can appeal against a rejection, his quality of work and reputation should sustain longer
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  • # Some can do task for reputation rather than money # No reputation or rating system for requester which in turn allows spammers to become top
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  • * Lack of a fair reputation system for workers. # Lack of trust due to unreliable reputation/rating system of the workers can lead to dilution of quality because effici
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  • ===== Workers need to Build their Reputation more efficiently ===== *Observations: In crowdsourcing environments it is difficult to build a reputation
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  • ...e of workers in forums like reddit or other turking forums can lead to bad reputation of requesters over time, especially those who rely on crowdsourcing often. ...uesters are the best to work for directly and some requesters may have bad reputation on the forums due to previous HIT acceptance/ rejection results.
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  • **'''Needs:''' Behind the scenes or more elegant systems for reputation, quality control, and relationship building so that workers and requesters **'''Interpretation:''' For requesters, in the absence of a reputation system, sheer volume of HITs completed and percentage accuracy is better th
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  • **'''Needs:''' Behind the scenes or more elegant systems for reputation, quality control, and relationship building so that workers and requesters **'''Interpretation:''' For requesters, in the absence of a reputation system, sheer volume of HITs completed and percentage accuracy is better th
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  • #Workers' reputation is always at stake. If requestors reject the tasks workers cannot appeal ag
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  • ...ave made for spending the time and effort on task but also it spoils their reputation and a future chance of work. * Reputation without Retribution: Maintain accountability and anonymity
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  • ...unjustly, do not only lose the opportunity to earn the money but also lose reputation.
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  • ...s till any time they want to without having to think about the requester's reputation. The scope of Turker platforms helps in virtual migration since the crowdla ...may even refuse to pay.When a new requester comes he has to maintain some reputation and earn trust of the workers.
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  • How can we establish a true reputation for AMT workers? This is the question of this paper. An interesting point I
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  • O - I generally select based on past reputation O - Reputation of requestors is built in as well even if not explicit
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  • ...ent structure. In addition, they need to manually check each requester’s reputation beforehand in order to avoid possible fraud, as well as the level of qualit ...can be rejected without justification what has bad effects on the workers reputation. However, if the platform is not user-friendly, good workers are tented to
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  • ...the new workers, it is very difficult to grow. In order to get a decent a reputation, they first need to work with requesters who either pay very low wages or a ...' The good/high­-paying requesters would rather go with workers with good reputation in order to ensure quality of work.
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  • ===== A better and true reputation system for workers ===== * current reputation system uses no. of HITs completed and approval rate which are easy to manip
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  • * Rejection of worker can lead a requestet to put down his reputation in crowdsourcing market. * Number of spammers is growing with the lack of checks and a satisfactory reputation management system.
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  • ...ould make it easier to set prices, spread best practices, build meaningful reputation systems and track quality. * A true reputation system for workers.
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  • ...ks. Spends a lot of time in search of a suitable task, pay rate, requester reputation to make an informed decision. 3. The reputation is subject to revision by workers based on his/her responsiveness, task qua
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  • *The workers are usually in the dark about the reputation of the requester when it comes to fair or unfair rejections. ...owser extensions and add-ons available that inform workers about requester reputation, average time required, etc.
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  • * need a balance between anonymity and reputation. "A Worker Reputation System"
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  • ...guarantee the trustworthiness of the requesters. Just having a subjective reputation system for requesters does not suffice.
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  • ...without feedback, this makes it difficult for new users to establish their reputation and get jobs that will help develop their skillsets. ...become risk-averse when a task might be confusing enough to threaten their reputation or payment
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  • ...he worker is not a spammer?:''' Background check, the worker's profile and reputation till now on MTurk. ...kers who have completed a broad range of jobs successfully and have a good reputation in their respective crowdsourcing platforms must be given power to mediate
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  • ...kers who have completed a broad range of jobs successfully and have a good reputation in their respective crowdsourcing platforms can be given power to mediate b
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  • ...invalid rejections, moderators can be informed and this should effect the reputation of Requesters.
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  • ...o their auto reputation, requesters would have to strive to maintain their reputation and it should provide workers be able to provide feedback back to requester ...higher skilled/more reputable worker bids $0.15, and in the auction their reputation gets them a 1x multiplier, turning that bid into $0.15. The task goes to th
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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:
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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 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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  • ...the results of biased workers. There have been attempts made at creating a reputation system as well.
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  • A Dynamic Reputation profiler ...spects of trust between the workers and the requesters through a system of reputation profiles. The motivation behind such a system is the sense of frustration w
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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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  • *Github Style “Issue” Tracker for every HIT + Reputation + Private Messaging
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  • '''Trust Rank, Sustainable Reputation Framework for the 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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  • ...obtain better quality of work on crowdsourcing platforms and 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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  • Workers/Requesters also gain "trust points" (similar to reputation) according to their work. They have points for social activities and for wo
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  • ##Reputation and skills evaluations, bidding systems (If employing games/crowdfunding to
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  • ....edu/w/index.php?title=Milestone_7_TuringMachine ''Trust Rank, Sustainable Reputation Framework for the Crowdsourcing Marketplace''] ....edu/w/index.php?title=Milestone_7_TuringMachine ''Trust Rank, Sustainable Reputation Framework for the Crowdsourcing Marketplace'']
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  • ...''PEAK (PErformance Alpha Kaizen)''', a comprehensive human and algo-based reputation system that is tied to the overall improvement and sustainability of the ul ...nation of human and algo feedback. It could be robust enough to prevent “reputation inflation”.
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  • ...rianism, sense of fair compensation for effort, and largely machine-driven reputation mechanisms supported by limited subjective human input. ..., are used to suggest an appropriate 'peer' base to audit the HIT. ie. the reputation should inform us of more traits than specific 'skill tiers' while recognizi
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  • * Issue of reputation system, pressurizing crowdworker (rating, etc.) as explained in [http://cro - He finds "almighty carrot", a 4 months old guild with high reputation from the crowdworkers ("quality of life" akin to rate my job) and requester
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  • ...oiding the satisfaction-payment, and making the worker to risk to lose her reputation in the AMT system (after 5 rejections your possibilities of addressing HITs
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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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  • *Angela's main interest is Reputation and secondary interested is learning groups *Angela, what questions could you answer toward reputation within our current implementation of Daemo? Is there any improvements to Da
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  • Other elements to Daemo's reputation system: ...e does a bad job, perhaps it could reflect in both worker x and worker y's reputation
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  • * Eleni Koutrouli and Aphrodite Tsalgatidou. 2015. Reputation Systems Evaluation Survey. ACM Comput. Surv. 48, 3, Article 35 (December 20 *8. Reputation System: http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/index.php?title=WinterMileston
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  • *2. Expertise and Competency expectation/standardization (Reputation/Trust). Can guilds solve the ironic relationship between pricing and skill
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  • As a worker, how can I build a reputation to have access at best remunerated jobs, how can I learn the best practices
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  • * Reputation Idea : [[WinterMilestone_3_PierreF_ReputationIdea_BayesianMultiScoring]]
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  • ...nce buzz. A sampling of the foundational items on the delivery calendar: Reputation (Internal/External), Pricing, UX, Skills Matrix. The LB will coordinate th
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  • ...acceptable to them based on pricing and conditions of work. The impact of reputation can be avoided is required. ...alienation of the workers from the requestors. The current state of the ‘reputation’ used has several flaws that do not help the issue of rejections being hi
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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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  • ...By using this method, we're able to ensure that we're addressing both the reputation and quality issues without creating friction within the community. ...l is influenced by the asymmetry in power, information access, pricing and reputation of Mturk. It is pervasive and the impulse is to correct the injustice; for
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  • ...for five star ratings, giving a lot of people an inflated reputation or a reputation that they do not deserve. Any system similar to this will work, but a syste
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  • ...le, a person going into their first programming task should not have their reputation based on their task translating English to Spanish. ...on relevance and then they find a weighted average which is the predicted reputation system for the new category.
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  • == Reputation and Incentive-related Links == #A computational model of trust and reputation [http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.116.6001]
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  • ...s run throughs for reputation simulations found [https://github.com/rcompt/Reputation-Simulation here] ...time iteration, new workers and requesters were added, all starting with a reputation of 0
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  • ...r until they finish some minimum number of tasks or until they build their reputation because there are chances that somebody can join the platform for fun and c
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  • ...how the score will be used on the system. It may be compatible with other reputation systems. This proposal is an attempt at crowd sourcing the reputation system.
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  • Xiwang's reputation system using Game Theory ==Summary of Game Reputation System==
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  • == Some Reputation System Ideas == ...given time can help prevent sudden drops in reputation, especially if said reputation ranking can affect future pay and tasks.
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  • ...ge for this milestone, please go [http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/category/reputation-system here]. ...idea is that greatly increases reputation coverage (number of workers with reputation in the platform) regardless of the quantity of hired workers in any given
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  • ...ion with other proposed ideas. I'm not trying to deviate previous posts on reputation, I just wanted to provide some different ideas instead of reiterating over *Adapt reputation systems from gaming to account for average skill. Allows for a comparison o
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  • This page describes a design and implementation strategy for Daemo's reputation system based on our brainstorms this week and over the past few months. Wri ...√ rating; we could think of something unique)... '''''Or if we want 100% reputation coverage''''' on all tasks, we can resort to peer review for rating the rem
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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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  • ==Reputation System:== ...ith information on a workers skill level and quality through the boomerang reputation system?
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  • == Reputation Sys == ....edu/w/index.php?title=Relevant_Work#Reputation-related_Links_and_Articles Reputation-related Links and Articles]
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  • ...s such as average wage and past performance on similar tasks. However, the reputation scores are '''not public'''. This addresses some core issues of traditional
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  • [[Rijul Magu Reputation System Idea]] ...ch other secretly, not revealing their ratings to each other (furthermore, reputation scores are internal- not viewable by the community members) mitigates some
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  • ...system works.It does a comparison between internet based reputation versus reputation system of the traditional systems. ...of quality by those who own them. The product, not the retailer, wins the reputation.
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  • =Content-Driven Reputation for Collaborative Systems= ...according to how their contributions fare; users whose work is undone lose reputation. This system does not require users to express judgments on one another.
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  • ...aper describes about how reciprocity plays an important role in building a reputation system . The author has done analysis on 3 data sets that is amazon.com , e # Reciprocity generally helps in building reputation system.
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  • <strong>Welcome to the wiki for the Daemo Reputation System!</strong> == Factors affecting the reputation system ==
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  • - Effect of ratings on others reputation <br> - Concern over the effects of rating on a person's profile and reputation: Users generally refrained from giving a negative reference since it would
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