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Get human tasks done with just one line of code.

Scale offers humans on-demand, outsourcing microtasks such as Image Annotation, Audio Transcription, OCR Transcription, Categorization, Comparison, or Data Collection.

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Scale API (YC S16) is an API for human intelligence. Love their design and the problem they are solving.
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It depends on your use case but YC-backed Scale is a cheap solution for companies that want to outsource routine actions, such as community moderation or human-powered email campaigns.
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A new startup called Scale, officially launching today, wants to make it easier for businesses to outsource their core processes and tasks that require people, not algorithms, to handle. This could include anything from appointment scheduling to more complicated matters like content moderation, transcriptions, and more.
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Y Combinator's reach is evident in a ranking posted Tuesday by Mattermark of the 25 fastest-growing startups that pitched at demo days this week. Sixteen of the companies on the list come from outside the Bay Area and about half of the "outsiders" are from countries other than the U.S.
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Essays about the internet & business of innovation in Africa

The Subtext is a publication about the internet and the business of innovation across Africa. Get two or more editions published every week, containing no-BS essays about what’s new[s] and what’s important in tech and media across Africa.

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The Subtext is a publication about the internet and the business of innovation across Africa. No-bullshit essays about what's new[s] and what's important in tech and media across Africa, published two times a week. Written by Osarumen Osamuyi and published by OMG Digital.
I - Kölbigk "By the leafy wood rode Bovoline,With him he led the fair Mersewine.Why are we waiting? Why don't we go?"[1] OnChristmas eve in 1021, eighteen people were gathered outside a church in Kölbigk, Saxony, a small town in 2nd-century eastern Germany. (Some accounts say twelve [2]).
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