Crowdsourcing

   

Definition: Crowdsourcing is the practice or process in which organizations try to collect and use the wisdom of many (online) people (the crowd) for problem solving, innovation, research and consultancy.
There are at least 4 types of C that can be distinguished:
1. Crowd Contests
2. Crowd Collaborative Communities
3. Complementors
4. Crowd Labor Markets
C is be a concept with great opportunities that will have important implications for finding solutions for complex problems which otherwise would not be found.
See also: Crowdfunding.


   

   

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