By Cass R. Sunstein

S?lo vemos lo que queremos ver, o?mos lo que queremos o?r y leemos lo que queremos leer. Pero el ciberespacio tambi?n nos permite utilizar los angeles capacidad de filtrar todo lo que deseamos ver, o?r y leer. En un futuro no demasiado lejano, nuestro poder de selecci?n promete aumentar de manera exponencial. Ahora mismo ya tenemos l. a. posibilidad de ver los acontecimientos deportivos que queremos, de leer ?nicamente los temas que nos interesan y de encontrar las principles con las que estamos de acuerdo en las p?ginas de opini?n. En medio del clamor renowned por este significant aumento de l. a. informaci?n personalizada, Cass Sunstein plantea las siguientes cuestiones: ?es eso bueno para los angeles democracia? ?Resulta saludable para los angeles supervivencia de las instituciones? ?Qu? significa para los angeles libertad de expresi?n? En Rep? se exponen los inconvenientes del uso egoc?ntrico de net, al mismo tiempo que se nos indica c?mo acercarnos a este mundo como ciudadanos responsables y no s?lo como individuos obsesionados por el consumo. Sunstein afirma que l. a. democracia depende de las experiencias compartidas y necesita que los ciudadanos se enfrenten a temas e principles que no han elegido de antemano. Los peri?dicos y presentadores de radio o televisi?n ayudan a crear una cultura compartida; sin embargo, dado que su papel se va reduciendo a medida que aumenta los angeles personalizaci?n del universo de las comunicaciones, los angeles sociedad corre el peligro de fragmentarse y las comunidades compartidas de disolverse. En su lugar quiz? s?lo resuene el eco de nuestra propia voz, de nuestra propia opini?n.

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You need to know what you want from the crowd in order to have the crowd help you. It’s all too easy to think ‘I’ll let the crowd solve this’ when you’re facing a difficult question. But if you don’t know what you want, you rarely get anything useful from the crowd. 2. Design the process of engaging the crowd. To get ideas, look at Part II of this book. It describes the different kinds of crowdsourcing and how you can use each to solve problems. 3. Post the job. You find a crowdsourcing website – a crowdsourcing site, your own blog or a social networking space – and post your request.

You might want to use the crowd to design an advertisement for your company, to conduct a poll, to search for a lost child or to have a team of skilled workers behind you. But whoa there! If you want to be a skilled crowdsourcer and use crowdsourcing to really transform your work, your business or your non-profit group, you need to understand the basic properties of the different forms of crowdsourcing before you make a headlong rush into starting a project; you need to understand what they can do for you.

The crowdsourcer poses a question to the crowd and asks the crowd to work together to find a solution. 27 28 Part I: Understanding Crowdsourcing Basics You can also think of macrotasking as a collaborative effort. You can assemble a team of macrotaskers and ask the individuals to work together on a problem. To be fair, you can also hire a single macrotasker to work by herself on a project. Macrotasking is probably the most flexible form of crowdsourcing and, because it allows for collaboration, you can think of it as a collaborative form of crowdsourcing.

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