A new Google application called Crowdsource has calmly appeared on Google Play, asking customers to play-act brieftasks that will help improve the quality of Google services like Maps, rendition, portrait transcription, and more. The app, surprisingly, doesnt offer any sort of reinforces or micropayments in return for customers run, nonetheless which means it wont be much of a threat to distributed workforce scaffolds like Amazons Mechanical Turk, for example.
Its likewise alone focused on facilitating Google improve its own services , not tasksfrom third party, as on Mechanical Turk.
The new app was firstly recognized by the blog Android Police. Google confirmed to TechCrunch this is a pilot project, posted this morning.
Crowdsource asks users what languages theyre fluent in, ahead of allows them to handle translation requests. Beyond that, it peculiarity large-scale buttons that let you choose from a selection of micro-tasks like likenes transcription, handwriting acknowledgment, rendition and translation validation, as well as map rendition validation.