A taxonomy of microtasks on the web

  title={A taxonomy of microtasks on the web},
  author={U. Gadiraju and Ricardo Kawase and S. Dietze},
  journal={Proceedings of the 25th ACM conference on Hypertext and social media},
Nowadays, a substantial number of people are turning to crowdsourcing, in order to solve tasks that require human intervention. Despite a considerable amount of research done in the field of crowdsourcing, existing works fall short when it comes to classifying typically crowdsourced tasks. Understanding the dynamics of the tasks that are crowdsourced and the behaviour of workers, plays a vital role in efficient task-design. In this paper, we propose a two-level categorization scheme for tasks… Expand
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