World Stage : Crowdsourcing Paradigm for Expressive Social Mobile Music

@inproceedings{Wang2015WorldS,
  title={World Stage : Crowdsourcing Paradigm for Expressive Social Mobile Music},
  author={Ge Wang and Spencer Salazar and Jieun Oh and Robert Hamilton},
  year={2015}
}
The combination of powerful mobile devices and the connective potential of cloud-based computing are changing how, where, and when people use computers. No longer physically tethered, computers embedded in mobile phones and tablets freely roam in daily life alongside their human users while persistently connected to the network. At the same time, the pervasiveness of computing enables us to engage people to solve large-scale problems by leveraging human intelligence and the effect of large… CONTINUE READING

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