TurKit: human computation algorithms on mechanical turk

@inproceedings{Little2010TurKitHC,
  title={TurKit: human computation algorithms on mechanical turk},
  author={Greg Little and Lydia B. Chilton and Max Goldman and Rob Miller},
  booktitle={UIST},
  year={2010}
}
Mechanical Turk (MTurk) provides an on-demand source of human computation. This provides a tremendous opportunity to explore algorithms which incorporate human computation as a function call. However, various systems challenges make this difficult in practice, and most uses of MTurk post large numbers of independent tasks. TurKit is a toolkit for prototyping and exploring algorithmic human computation, while maintaining a straight-forward imperative programming style. We present the crash-and… CONTINUE READING
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