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CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing Keith A. Pray Instructor socialimps.keithpray.net CLASS 14 LAST DAY © 2014 Keith A. Pray
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing OVERVIEW 1. Course Evaluations 2. Students Present 3. Students’ Choice © 2014 Keith A. Pray2
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing COURSE EVALUATION Write MY NAME and COURSE TITLE in box at top of form – Keith A. Pray – CS 3043 Social Implications Of Information Processing Use only BLUE or BLACK ballpoint pen Use an X to mark (Do NOT fill in box) Course Evaluation return to Academic Advising Office in Daniels Hall with “Evaluation Sheet” cover letter. © 2014 Keith A. Pray3
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing CROWDSOURCING AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Crowdsourcing: the act of outsourcing a task or project via the internet to a large group of people.  Crowdsourcing V.S. Outsourcing © 2014 Keith A. Pray data%2F2012%2F09%2Fbiggest-federal-crowdsourcing-challenges-arent-technical%2F58103%2F4 Fangwen Yuan 4
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing TYPES OF CROWDSOURCING Crowd Voting  Crowd Creation  Crowd Wisdom  Crowd Funding © 2014 Keith A. Pray Fangwen Yuan 5
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing BENEFITS FROM CROWDSOURCING © 2014 Keith A. Pray6 Fangwen Yuan vast yet inexpensive resource flexible labor force fresh perspectives from amateurs avoid complex hiring process first-hand ideas from potential customers
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing RISKS OF CROWDSOURCING – IP ISSUES © 2014 Keith A. Pray7 Fangwen Yuan Image Source: Marc Lieberstein and Ashford Tucker, Crowdsourcing and Intellectual Property Issues, retrieved on Crowdsourcing has a high risk of IP problems Possible IP issues  Term of use patents, copyrights, trademarks Originality of work Content overlap
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing MINIMIZE RISKS OF CROWDSOURCING © 2014 Keith A. Pray8 Fangwen Yuan Clarify ownership of work Clarify term of use Require warranty of originality Make clear provision of payment
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing CONCLUSION Crowdsourcing is a friendly practice that brings convenience and benefits to companies However there are legal pitfalls regarding intellectual properties in crowdsourcing Companies should be aware of possible legal issues © 2014 Keith A. Pray9 Fangwen Yuan
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing REFERENCES  Howe, J, Crowdsourcing: A Definition, retrieved on http://crowdsourcing.typepad.com/cs/2006/06/crowdsourcing_a.html  The Difference between Crowdsourcing and Outsourcing, between-crowdsourcing-and-outsourcing, retrieved on http://www.outsource-force.com/blog/the-difference- between-crowdsourcing-and-outsourcing  ABC: An introduction to Outsourcing. (n.d.) retrieved on www.chnsourcing.com  Marc Lieberstein and Ashford Tucker, Crowdsourcing and Intellectual Property Issues, retrieved on  TopCoder: Mission, retrieved on http://www.topcoder.com/mission  How [topcoder] Protects Your Intellectual Property Rights During Cowdsourcing, crowdsourcing/, retrieved on http://appirio.com/category/business-blog/2014/07/topcoder-protects-intellectual-property-rights- crowdsourcing/  Dell Modernizes Ideastorm, retrieved on © 2014 Keith A. Pray10 Fangwen Yuan
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing STUDENTS’ CHOICE Discuss which section of the book/class topic we think will be most relevant in the coming years. © 2014 Keith A. Pray11
CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing Keith A. Pray Instructor socialimps.keithpray.net CLASS 14 THE END © 2014 Keith A. Pray
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