Boulder, CO (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Crowdsortium, the only industry group for crowdsourcing companies announces today that CrowdComputing Systems joins as a Premium Member. CrowdComputing Systems delivers an Artificial Intelligence software platform to help complete end-to-end business processes by combining the power of the crowd and machines. Crowdsortium looks forward to CrowdComputing Systems involvement as they bring a unique blend of technology with the power of the crowd.
CrowdComputing Systems began its journey at MIT Labs as two separate projects, one on Artificial Intelligence and the other revolved around crowdsourcing micro-tasks. In 2010 Max Yankelevich and Andrew Volkov combined the benefits of each project to create CrowdComputing Systems. The integration between the power of machine learning and the crowd can be used to create solutions for moderating images and user-generated content, analyzing sentiment in social media, improving search relevance and much more.
As the leader in crowd computing, CrowdComputing Systems recognizes the value of Crowdsortium for advancing the crowdsourcing industry and working to regulate from within, said Max Yankelevich, CEO and Founder of CrowdComputing Systems, Inc. Crowdsortium has created a place to have dialogue, which is a key part of industry growth, and we look forward to being at the center of the evolution with Crowdsortium.
Crowdsortium welcomes CrowdComputing Systems and is excited by the expertise and knowledge they will be able to share with all members of the organization. The blending of Artificial Intelligence and the crowd will continue to be an area of growth within the crowdsourcing industry, and Crowdsortium is proud to have members such as CrowdComputing Systems with a wealth of insight.
If your company is involved in crowdsourcing and is interested in membership visit http://www.crowdsortium.org/membership for more details or you can email Brittany Lincoln at crowdsortium (at) gmail (dot) com.
Crowdsortium is a group of crowdsourcing industry practitioners that have self- organized to advance the crowdsourcing industry through best practices, education, data collection and public dialog. Crowdsortium currently has 150 companies, with 250 members consisting of practitioners, academics, funders, and customers. For more information, visit crowdsortium.org.
About CrowdComputing Systems
Founded in 2010 by Max Yankelevich and Andrew Volkov, CrowdComputing is driving an evolution in the nature of work in enterprise organizations. It is changing the ways in which work is assigned, performed, and integrated into existing business processes. The company’s WorkFusion SaaS platform, combining human and artificial intelligence, matches specific tasks to the best resources for completing them, both human and machine. This enables the creation of workflows that are scalable, predictable, flexible, and efficient.
CrowdComputing’s WorkFusion platform and its CrowdVirtualizer component integrate with Amazon Mechanical Turk, Amazon Web Services, Elance, Facebook, oDesk, SAP, Salesforce.com, Twilio, and Twitter. WorkFusion powers workflow optimization in companies including Amazon.com, Corbis, MarketWire, Microsoft, and Networked Solutions.