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Inspired by a game-theoretic notion of incentive-compatibility, Boomerang opens opportunities for interaction design to incentivize honest reporting over strategic dishonesty ABSTRACT: Paid crowdsourcing platforms suffer from low-quality work and unfair rejections, but paradoxically, most workers and requesters have high reputation scores.We introduce Boomerang, a reputation system for crowdsourc-ing that elicits more accurate feedback by rebounding the consequences of feedback directly back onto the person who gave it.Online dating is a popular new tool for initiating romantic relationships, although recent research and media reports suggest that it may also be fertile ground for deception.Unlike previous studies that rely solely on self-report data, the present study establishes ground truth for 80 online daters' height, weight and age, and compares ground truth data to the information provided in online dating profiles.The results suggest that deception is indeed frequently observed, but that the magnitude of the deceptions is usually small. Results are discussed in light of the Hyperpersonal model and the self-presentational tensions experienced by online dating participants.Author Keywords ABSTRACT: Paid crowdsourcing platforms suffer from low-quality work and unfair rejections, but paradoxically, most workers and requesters have high reputation scores.These inflated scores, which make high-quality work and workers difficult to find, stem from social pressure to avoid giving negative feedback.
With Boomerang, requesters find that their highlyrated workers gain earliest access to their future tasks, and workers find tasks from their highly-rated requesters at the top of their task feed.
Field experiments verify that Boomerang causes both workers and requesters to provide feedback that is more closely aligned with their private opinions.