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Google-Affiliated Requesters Master List (Sergey Schmidt, Project Endor, and way too many more)

Discussion in 'Requesters' started by clickhappier, Dec 10, 2016.

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    Some of the HITs posted by these accounts come from Google employees, some from academic researchers working with Google on a project. Most of the Google-affiliated requesters' HIT content is hosted on a Google-owned external server that has 'endor' in its URL (use Is this on endor? to help spot those).


    Google's batches often have a hidden limit enforced by their server software. When you've reached your limit for that batch (which may be anywhere from 1 to hundreds, and may vary by a few from one person to another), or if you've done an overly-similar survey before from this or another Google requester, you receive this message after accepting one HIT too many:

    "Thank you for working on our HITs! Unfortunately, all of the remaining HITs in this project have been reserved for other workers, and there are none left for you to do. Please check again tomorrow for more HITs to be available. (You must click the "Return HIT" button now to return this HIT.)"

    This will continue to be the case each time you try to accept another HIT in that batch, until the requester resets the hidden limit - could be hours or days later, you never know. (Since mid-2015, some of the Google accounts' batches have started randomly experiencing temporary 'false caps', and returning one with that message might or might not allow you to accept another working one after it.) Returning one that is displaying this message doesn't trigger a lockout.


    Another message you'll sometimes see from Google-hosted HITs is

    "An error occurred. Please refresh the current page in your browser."

    Reasons this happens can include:
    • If you return one of their HITs, you'll get that error on any future HITs from them until the time when the returned HIT would've expired.
    • If you accept more than one of their HITs simultaneously, you'll get that error on all but one of them (look through your queue and find the working one); then after you complete that one, another one will become the working one once you refresh it.
    • And you'll get the error sometimes 'just because', even when you aren't in one of those situations; in that case, right-click inside the HIT iframe and select 'Reload Frame' (or use this or this), and it will usually work then.
    These effects can happen even across HITs from different batches, even from different Google-affiliated requester accounts.

    Returns or expirations on HIT assignments that have only ever had the "An error occurred." screen or the "reserved for other workers" screen displayed to you don't trigger/extend lockouts, only on ones that you've had a chance at actually working on. (A working HIT can have been displayed without you ever having actually seen it if you've been pandaing in the background, though.)

    Here's what mmmturkeybacon added about that on MTG in Jul 2015:
    "It has to do with how they are accepted. The HIT that loads the iframe contents first is the active one. The active one is not necessarily the first one you accepted. So if you hit F5 a bunch of times on a panda link you will accept several without loading the iframe contents, then you might let one fully load, and then panda some more, which would put the active one somewhere in the middle. If you autoreload the panda URL at a rate that lets them fully load then the active one should be first. If you use Turkmaster, then none of them will be active until you look at one of them from your queue."

    ~~~

    The 'Sergey Schmidt' account's name comes from the names of Google co-founder Sergey Brin and chairman Eric Schmidt. The 'Violet Parr' account is named after a character in the CG animation movie 'The Incredibles'. Other Google requester accounts with human-like names are usually the names of real Google employees involved in that project (findable on LinkedIn).


    Some projects our work has contributed to include:
     
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    In the posts that follow is a chronological list of all the Google/YouTube-affiliated requester accounts I'm aware of so far, with links to their requester search results on MTurk and their TO reviews, if any, and general notes about their HIT types.
    2012-2014 (31 total)
    2015 (54)
    2016 (74)
    2017

    CAUTION: Traditionally, all Google-affiliated requesters have been very safe to work for. But since 2015, there have been issues on multiple occasions with a few Google-affiliated accounts rejecting and/or blocking. I've tried to indicate here the ones with multiple reports of such issues, but any of them could potentially develop problems in the future. (There's even been a few people blocked by one of the Sergey Schmidt accounts, but they're such a small number so far that I'm not putting a caution note on the list for those at this time.) So before deciding whether to work for one, you should use the TO links provided (from the ID numbers) for each requester to read reviews of them on Turkopticon, just like any other non-Google requester.

    Also be aware of the possibility of some very unpleasant content occasionally showing up in any of the HITs that have you watching random YouTube videos, such as Sergey Schmidt and Mountain among others. Mountain had this in their instructions FAQ:
    " Q: I saw some inappropriate/offensive images while doing this task.
    A: The images are selected automatically by computers. We do our best to remove anything that is illegal but unfortunately some offensive images still sneak through. We are as disturbed as you are that practices like animal abuse still happen. If ocasionally seeing such images is problematic for you, we understand and we ask that you refrain from doing our HITs. "​

    Much more common than rejections are broken HITs. You'd think a billion-dollar technology company could manage to program reliably-working HITs, but they often don't. From @Tribune@Tribune:
    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    ~~~

    [​IMG]

    I've been keeping track of these since early 2015, and it is a huge pain in the rear because they make so many accounts. This thread (previous version on MTG) was dormant for most of 2016, because although I was keeping notes of sightings throughout the year, so many accounts were coming in that I needed to spend some time restructuring how I keep track of everything on my end.

    If anyone actually cares to help, then search this thread for the requester ID number of a potentially-new Google account whenever you notice one (a good sign of a new account is if it has no TO reviews yet, but not always), and post a HIT export of it in this thread if it isn't already on my list or if the display name for that ID has changed. Even if it's in the daily thread already, because I don't always catch every one of those mixed in with hundreds of non-Google and old-Google HITs. And especially if it's a lousy underpaid HIT that you wouldn't otherwise bother to post anywhere (there's been a few of those that nobody posted in any of the forums' daily threads, that are only on the list now because I happened to see them myself on MTurk at the right moment).
     
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    First seen in 2012-2014 (23):
    1. 2012-06: David Mease (A13OX1HHKDZTE5) - smartphone tasks; search engine results evaluation; which video is funnier
    2. 2012-07: Elie Bursztein (A2UZFQTEYPSCS4) - survey: browser usage; Android app store annotations; find organization info - male, "Leads the Google team that researches and develops new anti-fraud and abuse technologies."
    3. 2012-11: Project Endor (A11L036EBWKONR) - search results formatting tests; app/website user surveys; smartphone tasks; voice recognition recordings for Android/Glass/Chrome (previously); tappable regions; etc
    4. 2013-02: Project Endor (Speech) (A2792W1C5VVZJS) - voice recognition recordings for Android/Glass/Chrome (previously)
    5. 2013-07: Project Gandolph (Speech) (A3GFW13SR5QNA7) - (name was briefly changed to/from 'Alex Gruenstein') [not 'Gandolf' or 'Gandalf'] - voice recognition recordings for Android/Glass/Chrome (previously)
    6. 2013-08: Vertical Leap (A1ZGK0OLH0DB1W) - YouTube: categorize videos, profanity detection
    7. 2013-09: Hazim Almuhimedi (A20H76RCWJE9UP) - (name changed to 'Adrienne Porter Felt') - survey: Chrome usability
    8. 2013-10: Sergey Schmidt (A1IFMRTRLY6CMX) - [1st Google account with this name] - YouTube; image relevance
    9. 2013-11: Dan Shaffer (A2ZULPF5320JMH) - search engine results evaluation; website evaluation
    10. 2013-12: Violet Parr (A3DBRQ48XMGYIQ) - 3D and aerial image quality
    11. 2014-03: Sergey Kishchenko (A3NPZJNG8ZALH) - YouTube: categorize videos/ads/businesses
    12. 2014-04: Survey Monkey (AC8M1J4TODOEP) - [similar to Violet Parr] - 3D and aerial image quality
    13. 2014-05: Project Endor (Jamelio) (A25EIGL5N7278I) - voice recognition recordings for Android/Glass/Chrome (current) - subthreads: MTG
    14. 2014-07: social_research (A31J53DZHIZ39U) - [similar to Peter Burke] - Google+ post topics - [Use caution! Read TO.]
    15. 2014-07: Ian Langmore (A1RAMCMF30HTU3) - restaurant reviews
    16. 2014-09: Crowd Surveys (A3U0GEK9PV9R5R) - timelines
    17. 2014-09: Fun Art Facts (ARN3Y8Y3DSNX3) - smartphone screenshots
    18. 2014-09: John Smith (A24CHECF8HF6DW) - [1st Google account with this name] [unfortunately generic name; there are many other unrelated 'John Smith's, including one used by Twitter] - Android app store annotations; concept relationships - [Use caution! Read TO.] - subthreads: MTG
    19. 2014-09: America Survey (A15HXNDV8TBK4Z) - survey, topic unknown
    20. 2014-11: Requester314 (A2FXCRJ1ZI9WZQ) - smartphone tasks
    21. 2014-11: Jonathan Malmaud (A2NUFJ6DS8O8C3) - (name changed to 'Vale' in 2015 Apr) - which video best describes an action; meal ingredients; describe and click on objects in images - [Use caution! Read TO.]
    22. 2014-12?: Wiktor Tomczak (A4IJUXTMQNS4J) - (name changed to 'Sergey Schmidt' [2nd Google account with this name] in 2016 Feb) - YouTube: racy videos, wiktor qualled HITs
    23. 2014-12: deep psychology lab (A3548B7UD6LJIE) - survey: language/memory study
    Mysterious math-problem/'describe a monster' requesters (8) from 2013, suspected to be Google/Endor due to an overlap in which accounts posted the 'monster description' HITs:
    1. 2013: 1239009050 (A1ZQGB6MYU4J7I) - math problems; 'describe a monster'
    2. 2013: 3674345633 (A3E43ALARRRW5S) - math problems; 'describe a monster'
    3. 2013: 4578458934 (ASCFKGHZNZ3B7) - math problems; 'describe a monster'
    4. 2013: 7485938475 (A3RU55LPCCZNQR) - math problems; 'describe a monster'
    5. 2013: 7593498764 (AIYR7MML02NWC) - math problems; 'describe a monster'
    6. 2013: 8874632134 (A1BT0QD1P8XXIG) - math problems; 'describe a monster'
    7. 2013: Requester70714 (A1E9FJNMTHQFG) - math problems; 'describe a monster'
    8. 2013: LovecraftianSuperintelligence (A1LJFAC8XX8BD4) - math problems; 'describe a monster'
     
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    1. 2015-02: John Smith Jr. (A2QLK6S9FEZPEM) - [similar to John Smith] - Android app store annotations - [Use caution! Read TO.] - subthreads: MTG
    2. 2015-03: Viral Mturk (A2UFLDVZ75JD9M) - YouTube
    3. 2015-03: James Parker (A25XZY4ZEEMR22) - (name changed to 'Endor speed test' in 2015 Apr) - search results formatting tests
    4. 2015-03: Peter Burke (AY0G66PXZHE1J) - [similar to social_research] [1st Google account with this name] (name changed to 'Lucian Cionca' in 2015 Oct) - Google+ post topics; Compare Results Links/Lists - [Use caution! Read TO.] - subthreads: MTG
    5. 2015-03: Cloud Surveys (ALLFTAMSFK2TG) - surveys: travel-related site usability
    6. 2015-03: Will (A3NMSOGBSULXFN) - [1st Google account with this name] - YouTube: videos containing actions - [Use caution! Read TO.]
    7. 2015-03: sr (A24MXL4ONUJ4PX) - [there are several unrelated 'sr' or 'SR' accounts] - surveys: smartphone usage, messaging to businesses
    8. 2015-04: YouTube MTurk (A1ZPELYPDHAFUE) - (name changed to 'Sergey Schmidt 2') - YouTube
    9. 2015-04: Project Endor (Zoltar) (A2ZRMA7YDNF5RJ) - categorize businesses/websites - [Use caution! Read TO.] - subthreads: MTC, MTG
    10. 2015-04: YouTube Artist (A2FR7QLXNDBZ70) - YouTube: music videos
    11. 2015-04: CI MTurk Admin (A2EIOHSCUWYIUC) - artwork descriptions
    12. 2015-04: George Toderici (ADOAUH6RS99L7) - image relevance
    13. 2015-04: Checkout Flow Survey (A1S3VCM8I5IRGS) - survey, topic unknown
    14. 2015-05: Josh Burkart (A1UY1EQADOQ6S1) - YouTube
    15. 2015-05: Project Endor (HE AO) (AYZR3R03LS734) - YouTube: product review videos
    16. 2015-05: Zaru MyGman (A3UHRX80ARYXSU) - YouTube
    17. 2015-05: Lp MTurk (A2QQPDL06GECD) - business website info
    18. 2015-05: Matt (A2RVY8Y37KGSKP) - [similar to John Smith] - Android app store annotations - [Use caution! Read TO.] - subthreads: MTG
    19. 2015-05: Natasha (A357M574L657E9) - attributes of countries
    20. 2015-06: Will (ABQA8TBU3V6F7) - [2nd Google account with this name] - YouTube: videos containing actions - [Use caution! Read TO.]
    21. 2015-06: Galileo (A206I79EPQNKDS) - surveys: learning/decision-making
    22. 2015-06: Vicki Amin (A86Q34F117PD0) - website age-appropriateness
    23. 2015-06: John Smith (A797MVPADZJ08) - [2nd Google account with this name, plus runs several differently-named accounts] - Android app store annotations - [Use caution! Read TO.] - subthreads: MTG
    24. 2015-07: Neal H. Patel (A4RQNCD40BOC5) - sentiment analysis
    25. 2015-08: MetroGnome (A34EZ1POCFD8MD) - YouTube: music videos
    26. 2015-08: gx (A1BQ41NI8I0GJ5) - (name changed to 'rec_test') - product replacements/recommendations
    27. 2015-08: Danika Patrick (A1507L2TNYRXPK) - surveys: site usability
    28. 2015-08: Libretto (A25B7Y13X51C2Q) - YouTube: music video lyrics
    29. 2015-08: CrowdSurveys (A2ZRWSWBMH5ZYS) - surveys: travel-related site usability
    30. 2015-08: Christopher Herwig (A1OCT4D8XRZ4IS) - [similar to Violet Parr] - 3D and aerial image quality
    31. 2015-08: Matthew P Ekstrand-Abueg (AC5ZVPGU0IBVT) - Find Medical Symptoms in Sentences
    32. 2015-08: Mountain (A7K97E4US0OWE) - YouTube: videos containing objects - [Use caution! Read TO.]
    33. 2015-08: Dinosaur Comics (A1KAK4NJGO8W8A) - (name changed to 'Dinosaur Stats' in 2016 Jun) - surveys: life in India; categorize responses from people in India
    34. 2015-09: Project Endor 2 (A278QYT4393Q9X) - surveys: site usability
    35. 2015-09: tej (A3G6WK21REASX) - surveys: smartphone app usage, feelings, etc
    36. 2015-10: Jeffrey Grimes (A3RLK1CIQE0LNM) - surveys: site usability
    37. 2015-10: Arjita Madan (A4FDGU1QFGN9X) - surveys: life in India
    38. 2015-10: Noam Rubin (A130HRCMN8VMS8) - hotel data; is hotel thumbnail image 'complicated'
    39. 2015-11: Shotgun-Admin (A2COUFW16FGHU3) - surveys: driving
    40. 2015-11: Play Apps Family (ASE772NK9SJ7N) - [similar to John Smith] - Android app store annotations - [Use caution! Read TO.] - subthreads: MTG
    41. 2015-11: Pusa-MTurk (A3ALNIQE3WEQKB) - [similar to Arjita Madan] - surveys: life in India
    42. 2015-11: Ariel Liu (A2CMES3SZUC9LL) - survey: errands; tappable regions
    43. 2015-11: KY3 (A2HWVG06FKXT0W) - smartphone tasks: read articles on your phone
    44. 2015-11: Victoria Sosik (A1OS6KSFJMJWD0) - survey: smartphone app usage
    45. 2015-11: Zhiwei (A3TT77HPQ7TFTQ) - surveys: smartphone app usage
    46. 2015-11: Amturk (A2WNCD89EYSWXI) - survey: travel
    47. 2015-11: Google (A3I1E5O5S34JA0) - [1st Google account with this name] - YouTube: kid-safe videos
    48. 2015-11: UX Research (A36AQVWWZZCRBS) - survey: smartphone usage
    49. 2015-11: Kacey (A117BKL99M9WSD) - surveys: smartphone Maps/search usage
    50. 2015-11: Play UX (AW3SGUTUDZJRV) - surveys: smartphone app usage
    51. 2015-12: Patrick Bowen (A24WU2MCLBZ5R5) - surveys: travel-related site usability
    52. 2015-12: Sergey Brin (A4G4AZWOB4SJA) - YouTube
    53. 2015-12: Peter Burke (A1UZ1H4REEV6MR) - [2nd Google account with this name; 1st is now Lucian Cionca] - find news sites; feelings after reading articles; survey: local news - subthreads: MTG
    54. 2015-12: Kate Schutzengel (AAVW1DYK1CJPL) - surveys: 'online sentiment', smartphone app usage
     
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    First seen in 2016 (74):
    1. 2016-01: Yang Li (A1GMQY5N9XPDTQ) - survey: smartphone usage (Nexus 5)
    2. 2016-01: Play Review (A3IA7B6JOJRUSC) - [similar to John Smith] - categorize topics of Android app reviews
    3. 2016-01: Filou D (AIEWW2ZWUBCAK) - surveys: Internet browsing habits
    4. 2016-01: Jennie Lai (A3OUQ4PVTD4BZN) - survey: 'if you currently own/lease a car'
    5. 2016-01: Sergey Schmidt (A2JQHXLFGGJ0AC) - [3rd Google account with this name] [only used once so far, 01/27/2016] - YouTube
    6. 2016-01: Deana Brown (A2N27HZRFMKPE5) - (name changed to 'Deana Anglin' in 2017 Jan) - surveys: smartphone app usage, 'services closed card sort'
    7. 2016-01: us-endor (A3UZVHOLFVVAXW) - (name changed to 'Surveys' in 2016 Apr) - surveys: smartphone app usage; tappable regions
    8. 2016-02: CatalinaNB (A35S6JZL40PWAQ) - surveys: parents' smartphone usage
    9. 2016-02: Stephen Wheeler (A3TYG5OEQR1ZHI) - YouTube surveys
    10. 2016-02: nlq (ADRK55KYLII8M) - app action phrases
    11. 2016-02: 72Q (A36UYIV6BAVFHJ) - smartphone tasks
    12. 2016-02: Chelsey Glasson (A1EAEQ50PZUJHE) - surveys: smartphone usage (iPhone)
    13. 2016-02: yt uer (A2P90H6R5FV2LU) - YouTube surveys
    14. 2016-02: Michael V D'Andrea (A3ARB6RZRXFN97) - surveys: shopping, etc
    15. 2016-03: Awesome UER (A2XIUY9EMRF1BP) - surveys: Internet usage, smartphone usage
    16. 2016-03: Design Paradigms (A7308IZWUFVB8) - tappable regions; compare transitions
    17. 2016-03: Adrienne Sussman (A2RC38SV2VJTUC) - surveys: smartphone app usage
    18. 2016-03: Jen (A23K7V0KS3PBO8) - survey: smartwatch colors
    19. 2016-03: Matthew Rodgers (A3OP0S6QOMCD1V) - surveys: 'Getting to the right information' in Maps/Chrome/Android
    20. 2016-04: Valerie Lugo (A1N3SKU5SCXH8L) - surveys: Google Maps usage; tappable regions
    21. 2016-04: Google (A82U45G76X543) - [2nd Google account with this name] - surveys: smartphone app usage
    22. 2016-04: Rochelle Edwards (A2M0JL2CL04DUE) - YouTube: Grouping Activity
    23. 2016-04: Hanna Mazzawi (AXW61UDVXM96A) - Text Quality (evaluate app review comments)
    24. 2016-04: Julia (A113XTMK0ZV6F9) - compare job ad relevance
    25. 2016-04: Lily (A1QILU6AEN77XG) - survey: finding car dealerships with smartphone
    26. 2016-04: Researcher (A38XRKBPFU5VTX) - [1st Google account with this name] - surveys: Google Play media usage on smartphones
    27. 2016-05: goldfinger-endor (A1MY9ZWO6595LC) - tappable regions
    28. 2016-05: MTurk Study (A16MQHUTTZA7X0) - [1st Google account with this name] - survey: sort travel-related items
    29. 2016-06: MTurk Study (A63ZZ0CY12EEN) - [2nd Google account with this name] - survey: smartphone usage
    30. 2016-06: Ashley Wynn (A3OVFL11ELX50Y) - survey: smartphone usage
    31. 2016-06: David Akers (ALUAI6BFW46XP) - tappable regions
    32. 2016-06: Andrej Tusicisny (A2UXYEX1RBSNHU) - survey: smartphone usage
    33. 2016-06: Tianyi Li (A1NPY94J3RGDX7) - describe relationships ('connect the dots') between entity pairs based on documents
    34. 2016-06: Monica Lees (A5OJOFXF9577S) - surveys: driving
    35. 2016-06: MT-SIM-RA (A1AS7P0FAM3Q3Q) - surveys: Google Maps usage
    36. 2016-06: Collin (A1A2DQT2WMJ4XB) - surveys: smartphone app usage
    37. 2016-06: Wittgenstein (A1F94GL157S9RN) - [possibly related to 'Galileo'] - write/rate literature questions or math problems - [Use caution! Read TO.]
    38. 2016-06: Play Survey (A34WCXPFHRA5LW) - surveys: Google Play media usage on smartphones
    39. 2016-07: Study Recruiter (A26XBF6ZT5DF78) - survey: smartphone usage
    40. 2016-07: Tejinder Judge (A3AEHAI421ZLCD) - survey: smartphone usage
    41. 2016-07: Google powershift (AKA4A7U5887JP) - survey: office email/calendar/tasks sharing with coworkers
    42. 2016-07: Franziska Haemmerle (AXBIRH5DP4TYE) - surveys: travel-related site usability
    43. 2016-07: Video Survey (A3UF98PI258MN8) - YouTube
    44. 2016-07: Patrick Mineault (A219TNMA743U4D) - [similar to 'James Parker' aka 'Endor speed test'] - search results formatting tests
    45. 2016-07: User Research (A1GD1H3ZDNOXF7) - survey: making plans with friends
    46. 2016-07: smith (A2GQ4DSPRIZCRU) - surveys: Google Maps usage
    47. 2016-08: Craft Agsa (A3OH94CETQ5Y7U) - search results animation tests
    48. 2016-08: Productivity Research (A2F0UZB3DJHMC9) - survey: office worker productivity
    49. 2016-08: Researcher (A31L9ELW0XPFW2) - [2nd Google account with this name] - surveys: topic unknown
    50. 2016-09: Usability Tester (A30H69CMEV7ERM) - surveys: Google help site usability
    51. 2016-09: Julie Fischer (AKEXDIXZPJAT3) - surveys: smartphone app sales
    52. 2016-09: Comms-Quant-UX (A388Z19SP010HT) - survey: low-cost smartphones; rate images as positive or negative
    53. 2016-09: mxr-mt (A25OHMGQ3WURP1) - judge legibility of text on top of images
    54. 2016-09: Aleksandra (AXJP0GEZ03Z6B) - surveys: travel-related site usability
    55. 2016-09: Endor (A1KZ1ECOCTY0W7) - survey: sharing business-related photos
    56. 2016-10: Katrina Panovich (A1XN8ZO6WPEWLE) - [similar to 'James Parker' aka 'Endor speed test'] - search results formatting tests
    57. 2016-10: Nicole (A2YIRH27D9DUWM) - surveys: smartphone usage
    58. 2016-10: Research (A3V1PF1VEA5C1W) - survey: smartphone usage
    59. 2016-10: Google (A30P78SHKVG18W) - [3rd Google account with this name] - surveys: location-related needs, 'Contacting Tastemakers'
    60. 2016-10: MTurk Responses (AM8EADG1K0864) - survey: 'web page evaluation'
    61. 2016-10: Bryn (AHAREL35EEQBW) - survey: office worker productivity
    62. 2016-10: Mark Richfield (A1W59NG895HZIY) - determine if a webpage relates to a product category
    63. 2016-10: Ashley (AAW12EQEMH5NL) - surveys: smartphone usage
    64. 2016-10: Play Endor (A2QHHNZZ7DRC4E) - surveys: (e)books usage
    65. 2016-10: Deep Dialogue @ Google (A1DGWH87NMS7M5) - (name changed to 'Deep Dialogue' in 2016 Dec) - assistant dialogue
    66. 2016-10: Douglas Eck (A1X7BTBDRKHVET) - comparing machine-generated music to human-composed
    67. 2016-10: LSN Endor (A1398ZAZV0IB1A) - survey: driving
    68. 2016-11: Speedy Research (A31D0JXACYOU77) - understandability of high-speed speaking
    69. 2016-11: Generative Model User Study (A122NRVSG0GLOV) - pick which diffused/distorted image is more realistic
    70. 2016-11: ytm-uxr (A3NYACKFYQ5IHW) - YouTube survey: 'Music Content Preferences'
    71. 2016-11: uxmturk (A31V2G70WX75L4) - YouTube survey: 'Video Comments Preferences'
    72. 2016-11: BW (AEWW0U9FW48K) - survey: Internet usage
    73. 2016-12: brightbluesky (A1A42HAI5FCH43) - survey: audio comparison
    74. 2016-12: Francis Morgan (A24CBVQXH0YQNX) - rate civility of comments
     
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    You're planning to live only another 11 years? Have you chosen your successor?
     
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    Hopefully a lot more than that, but MTurk might be shut down, Google might have stopped using it, or I might be sick of this junk by then. :p I can shuffle posts around when needed here, but it's less hassle to just make some extra posts up-front, and I went with that amount arbitrarily (1 is just a few weeks away from being used, and 10 more as a round number that didn't seem too ridiculous).
     
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    And have you informed all the other forums that it's here?
     
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    No (and that seems like kind of an odd question to me), I don't take the time every time I post something to go around saying "go look at this thing on another forum" all over the place for no particular reason, possibly stirring up forum partisanship rants. If I (or other people) see someone ask a question that one of my threads answers, then I (or other people) point them to it.