Crowdsourcing tackles everything from the weather to budgeting to movie marketing at this year’s CrowdConf

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Using the crowd for data mining and machine learning is just one of the many fascinating topics on the agenda for this year’s CrowdConf, the longest running crowdsourcing industry event.

plerudulier‘s insight:

“What Can a #Machine Learn from Tweets About the #Weather?” It turns out quite a bit. Alex Sorokin, CrowdFlower’s head of data science, will lead a session at the fourth annual CrowdConf on Oct. 22 in San Francisco, about the possibilities of what a machine can learn from thousands of tweets about the weather. Using the crowd for data mining and machine learning is just one of the many fascinating topics on the agenda for this year’s CrowdConf, which is the longest running crowdsourcing industry event.
Read more at http://venturebeat.com/2013/10/10/crowdsourcing-tackles-everything-from-the-weather-to-budgeting-to-movie-marketing-at-this-years-crowdconf/#BlflSg9l5g06BcDC.99

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