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Tag: Mechanical Turk

New Mechanical Turk Categorization App

Categorization is one of the more popular use cases for the Amazon Mechanical Turk. A categorization HIT (Human Intelligence Task) asks the Worker to select from a list of options. Our customers use HITs of this type to assign product categories, match URLs to business listings, and to discriminate between line art and photographs. Using […]

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Get Better Results with Amazon Mechanical Turk Masters

There are now more than 500,000 Mechanical Turk Workers in 190 countries on the Mechanical Turk marketplace. These Workers are ready and eager to work on a wide variety of tasks (Human Intelligence Tasks or HITS) including data cleansing, image filtering, image tagging, and categorization. Today, we’re excited to introduce Mechanical Turk Masters. This new feature […]

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New Mechanical Turk Blog

The Mechanical Turk now has a blog of its very own. The new Mechanical Turk blog will be used to share information with Mechanical Turk Requesters, Workers, and fans of the Mechanical Turk marketplace. It will include product announcements, how-to guides, best practices, case studies, and examples of how businesses are using Mechanical Turk for […]

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Bay Area Amazon Mechanical Turk Meetup

On May 18th, 2010, we’ll be conducting a Mechanical Turk Meetup in Palo Alto, California. The event will run from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM at the Garden Court Hotel and is sponsored by AT&T Interactive. You’ll here from Donghui Feng, Research Scientist for AT&T Interactive. He’ll talk about the use of the Mechanical Turk […]

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East Coast US AWS Events – April 2010

Here’s some information on some AWS events coming up in April, all on the East Coast of the US: I will be speaking at the Rochester AWS User Group at 6:00 PM on Monday, April 5th. My talk will cover some of the latest AWS developments including the Virtual Private Cloud and the Relational Database […]

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