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  1. clarify the terms: Innovation Markets Arbitrage
    1. especially since innovation and marketplace are very common terms, often misused
  2. recover
    1. index
    2. menu
  3. add to the list
    1. http://www.openinvo.com
    2. startup with funky cyclist with a crazy hat and colorful design recently subscribed to via betali.st
    3. https://www.starmind.com
    4. https://www.starmind.com/browse#t=%2Fbrowse%2F3%2F0%2F1%2Fen%2Cde
    5. http://www.kaggle.com
    6. http://www.ghostbloggers.net
    7. http://www.socialance.com
    8. http://www.vworker.com
    9. TunedIT Data mining & machine learning data sets, algorithms, challenges
      1. to compare with Kaggle
  4. potential early adopter
    1. https://www.starmind.com/question/15913/Usefulness-of-Crowdsourcing-platforms-Are-there-any-systematic-investigations-regarding-productivity
  5. check
    1. http://www.quora.com/Crowdsourcing
    2. http://www.microtask.com/
    3. http://www.mavenresearch.com/
  6. consider the view that Google already is an aggregator
    1. thus directly a competitor (sic)
  7. experience
    1. MTurk (Fabien)
      1. amount of scam-oriented request
      2. distribution in amount: from 0.01e to 10.00e, average ~0.10e
      3. http://fabien.benetou.fr/Tools/AWS#MTurk
    2. eLance (Paola)
    3. design in general with Mao
  8. average time to find a matching offer
    1. thus average opportunity cost
    2. thus time to include in the task itself (decreasing the amount earn per period)
    3. visualized [####++++++++++++] and not [++++++++++++]
  9. average time to payment
    1. including validation, auction, etc
  10. theory
    1. An Economic View of Crowdsourcing and Online Labor Markets by John Horton, Harvard University for Computational Social Science and the Wisdom of Crowds, NIPS 2010 Workshop
    2. Innovation Tournaments by Christian Terwiesch and Karl T. Ulrich, Harvard Business Press 2009
    3. Crowdsourcing of General Computational Problem Solving: Studies and Directions, Microsoft Research January 2011
      1. later report
    4. Funding: Researching outside the box by Cristina Jimenez, Nature January 2011
    5. Minds For Sale by Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard Law School Alumni Reunion Luncheon 2010
    6. InnoCentive
    7. IdeaConnection of Vancouver, Canada
    8. NineSigma of Cleveland, Ohio
    9. TopCoder of Glastonbury, Connecticut
    10. yet2.com of Needham, Massachusetts
  11. hypothesis on why (most) market places do not really take up
    1. non-monetary benefits of the traditional work model
      1. no learning curve from the solvers
      2. no social recognition and interaction between solvers
    2. overall no monetary compensation for those lost benefits of the previous model
  12. periodic innovation challenges (without formalized markets)
    1. DARPA/DoE/NASA
    2. ...
  13. Darwinator.com tool for running idea tournaments

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