How To Make Crowdsourcing Disaster Relief Work Better

We must identify successes and mistakes to optimize usefulness of data collected during an emergency.

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Disasters happen. We have technologies and incredible creativity standing by to help us respond. Isn't it time to invest in evaluating and improving as we go, so that our digital volunteers can be confident that their efforts are genuinely making a difference?

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