The 9 Words That Ruined Google’s Best Game

Once upon a time, unpaid humans did a job that AI does today.

The Google Image Labeler was a web-based game that Google launched in mid-2006. It was simple in concept, with two players attempting to guess what the other person thought a random image should be labeled as, but it didn’t take long for players to find ways to exploit it. The year after…

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