Crowdsource



[kroud-sawrs, -sohrs] /ˈkraʊdˌsɔrs, -ˌsoʊrs/

verb (used with or without object), crowdsourced, crowdsourcing.
1.
to utilize (labor, information, etc.) contributed by the general public to (a project), often via the Internet and without compensation: The team’s use of Facebook to crowdsource accurate scientific data allowed the project to be completed on time.
The newspaper crowdsourced its investigation into the scandal.
/ˈkraʊdˌsɔːs/
verb
1.
to outsource work to an unspecified group of people, typically by making an appeal to the general public on the internet

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