Nanopops was a mobile application platform allowing people to do very small tasks, called microtasks, which bring them some extra money. On the other hand companies can publish bigger projects into the platform. An AI system will split them into microtasks and verify the results from people’s work by using different Machine Learning techniques.
The project was our team project after the Graduate Studies program at Singularity University in 2012.
My personal project which brought me to the finals of the Singularity Global Impact competition for Central and Eastern Europe in 2012 was in the health-related space called Nutrigenomics. It was an application which allows you to map the nutrients in the food you consume against a personal health profile created from genome data available by services like 23andMe. Then it would give you a future version of yourself assuming that you keep consuming that specific food. br>