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  • october 25, 2013

    Vladimir Putin on Crowdsourcing

    Vladimir Putin spoke at a training seminar for mayors of Russian cities. In his address, the President touched upon, among other things, the use of crowdsourcing for administrative and governmental purposes...

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  • october 1, 2013

    New Twist

    The Spigit-Mindjet merger has caused quite a stir. Analysts unanimously call the merger a harbinger of big changes in the enterprise social software market.

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  • september 10, 2013

    Collective Intelligence and Business

    In the early 1990s, the most IT-advanced companies were only trying to understand what ERP systems were and whether they should concern themselves with that new class of applications.

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  • august 8, 2013

    From Crowdsourcing to Crowdservicing

    Unfortunately, there are virtually no serious research papers on crowdsourcing in Russian, as well as on the related areas such as social computing, innovation management, social platforms, etc.

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  • july 16, 2013

    Looking Into the Future

    Forecasts of the future of breakthrough technologies almost never come true. Even Clayton Christensen, an eminent innovation expert and the author of the international bestseller The Innovator’s Dilemma, failed to understand the real value of iPhone.

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  • july 9, 2013

    Crowdsourcing is Drifting Away From Crowd

    ‘As you name your ship, so shall she sail,’ they sing in Adventures of Captain Vrungel cartoon. And Americans say about this, ‘Give a dog a bad name and hang him’ (i.e. you’d better hang a dog rather than give him a rotten name).

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  • june 5, 2013

    Outlook for Crowdfunding: Law in the USA and Fraud in Russia

    Inquiring about ‘crowdfunding’ on the Russian-language Internet brings about over 150,000 answers and that is saying a lot. The figure is 100 times as much for the English-language Internet. But the notion of crowdfunding is gaining popularity in Russia.

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  • may 6, 2013

    Crowd-Action! – Crowdsourcing in Film Production

    Undoubtedly, the energy of crowds can be harnessed to produce tons of creative ideas, such as music, works of art and design, films and video clips. Thus, the group ‘Semantic Hallucinations’ is now working on a music video entitled ‘Everything Will Come out Fine’ in which almost anyone can take part (project site (in Russian)). Similarly, anyone can order a design layout at workdone.ru (in Russian) and choose between multiple suggestions submitted by designers from all over the world.

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  • april 11, 2013

    Squirrel on Bike

    The other day Alexei Mikhalchenkov, Deputy Prefect of the Zelenograd Borough of Moscow, presented the winners of the crowdsourcing project “New Ways to Improve Zelenograd” with prizes and gifts (For more details see the official website (in Russian) of the Zelenograd Borough and an article (in Russian) in the Moskovskaya Pravda newspaper).

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  • march 27, 2013

    Russian Folk Crowdsourcing

    We have often discussed the fact that “crowdsourcing” sounds outlandish to Russian ears, leading to confusion at first acquaintance. And we have recently hit upon the idea of drawing a parallel between crowdsourcing and a fairy tale, The Princess Who Never Laughs.

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