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Is crowdsourcing pitting “experts” against “amateurs”?

September 18, 2016

In previous post, Eugene Ivanov argued that one of the reasons crowdsourcing hasn’t yet become a mainstream innovation tool is the uncertainty over what crowdsourcing can (or can’t) do, meaning that many organizations struggle with identifying problems that can be successfully solved by crowdsourcing. There is another reason slowing down the acceptance of crowdsourcing: the lack of trust in the intellectual power of a crowd, its ability to tackle complex technological or business problems.

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