Curio is a platform that enables researchers in the sciences and humanities, who are domain experts but not necessarily technically savvy, to create, monitor and control complex crowdsourcing projects with minimal effort. With Curio, we aim to contribute to the practice of citizen science and to make fundamental contributions to the study of human computation by developing new interfaces and algorithms for supporting mixed-expertise crowdsourcing, task decomposition, incentive design and quality control.
Edith Law, Conner Dalton, Nick Merrill, Albert Young, and Krzysztof Z. Gajos. Curio: A platform for supporting mixed-expertise crowdsourcing. In Proceedings of HCOMP 2013. AAAI Press, 2013. To appear.BibTeX