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The Latest Crowdsourcing News Covering Technology, Healthcare, Infrastructure, and Space Breakthroughs Out Of This World.
New Profit Unveils Top 15 Ideas For an Equitable Economy. The $6 million Future of Work Grand Challenge is powered by New Profit, JFF, XPRIZE, and MIT Solve
While a company might think it already has the best talent available, much innovation occurs outside the usual venues. In campuses, garages, and small offices worldwide, independent innovators find ways to apply modern technologies to age-old problems.
The global pandemic has reset almost all of our social norms. As the world slowly opens up again, we find ourselves in a position of not only readjusting but also realizing something new about the future of work environments.
When everything changes, can you ever go back to normal?
NASA has the nation’s finest Rocket Scientists on staff, and yet they are among the world’s most active users of crowdsourcing to solve engineering conundrums. With expertise at their fingertips, why are they - and many others - turning to the non-expert crowd for solutions?
Forward looking corporations are already embracing crowdsourcing and prize challenges. Boeing, Unilever, Samsung, Starbucks and NASA are just a few examples. If several million people can be nudged to make a small positive change, the outcomes can be world changing.
Things are changing so rapidly between innovation, social changes, and economic pressure. But while crowdsourcing is evolving there can be only one definitive definition for what exactly is the world of crowdsourcing. And how can this open-source approach to ideas help your business.
NASA’s Artemis Base Camp will be a permanent outpost at the lunar south pole supported by logistical delivery systems developed by citizen science space innovators as part of the NASA Lunar Delivery Challenge
The catfish industry has had its ups and downs but remains one of the most important aquaculture industries in the US. Recent technological advancements have increased productivity, but catfish farmers still face significant challenges.
For decades, scientists have been trying to figure out how to eliminate unpleasant flavors from catfish contaminated by blue-green algae — a problem which causes expensive harvesting delays. Now, the USDA-ARS is asking the public to share their ideas via crowdsourcing.