content marketing

Content marketing can also suffer from burnout. This generally happens when structures and content do not yield anything new. Even the best content becomes dull when it isn’t spiced up at some point.
What can you do about it? In order to guard against counterproductive burnout, we have compiled a few tips to freshen up your own content marketing.

Read moreLook for survey Codes

Surveys are without a doubt the absolute favorite among clickworker jobs. It’s no wonder, as they can be completed quickly and without much effort from home or on the go. Simply answer a couple of questions or provide your opinion on subject X and the job is already done.


So that the customer can also be certain the survey was actually completed, a code is displayed to the clickworker after they finish answering the questions. That survey code is then pasted or simply typed into the provided field and then the job can be submitted.

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Training data for AI

Artificial intelligence is being used in an increasing number of areas of application. Machines require large amounts of data to perform similarly to human beings. Quantity is what counts. That makes sense, in particular when addressing challenging problems and complex issues. However, the quality of the data is also significant – especially for training data that is used in machine learning. With this information the algorithms can develop themselves and machines learn how to learn.

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Artificial intelligence in the economy

We come into contact with artificial intelligence everywhere. In many cases we are not aware of the fact that certain services are products of self-learning software. Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most important driving forces for technical, scientific and economical development in the 21st century. The economy in particular is focusing on AI. How can companies utilize artificial intelligence today and in the future?

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ILO Geneva

Within thew frame of its field of work „The Future of work“, the ILO’s (International Labour Organization) research department invited various experts to a seminar focusing on “Global regulation of digital labour” in Geneva on February 27, 2019. Participants included Alex Wood from the Oxford Internet Institute, Enrique Fernandez-Macias from the European Commission, Anne-Marie Mineur, member of the European Parliament, as well as Six Silbermann from the IG Metall labor union in Frankfurt.

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