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a few days ago I got addicted to zooniverse.org and doing stuff on there. Right now I have 700+ classifications and am on track for 1k+ during the weekend at latest. Since I started this a few days ago, would it be odd to put it on my ecs? Like would the colleges think im just doing it as filler? Most of the projects im doing are science/transcribing which isnt related to my major (theater). - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Not sure if this is what you're looking for, but I used zooniverse.org to do my required volunteer hours because of the pandemic! there's lots of projects to pick from. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
The toe in the water for doing citizen science is probably Zooniverse. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
For service, something that I did towards the end of the CAS program was helping various projects on zooniverse.org. Basically this is a website where researchers upload part of their data and ask online volunteers to help classify information / take part in surveys / etc. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
I am cataloguing animals in the citizen science Western Shield Camera Project on zooniverse.org. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
Not entirely useless! You can throw in with BOINC and possibly help. - Source: Reddit / 2 days ago
Many BOINC projects (boinc.berkeley.edu) have gamified mechanics in the form of badges and rankings. Their participants are also rewarded with Gridcoin, which is a cryptocurrency that rewards participation in distributed computing/citizen science projects at no cost to the project admins. Gridcoin can work with any citizen science project that publishes a leaderboard and might be a simple way for you to integrate... - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
Funny story. I'm running BOINC on a Ryzen 9 3900X with a 1660Ti, the system is cranking out so much heat, that my combined energy bill (gas and electric) is actually lower, due to the fact that I have a gas furnace. In Washington State, natural gas is REALLY expensive, but we have some of the cheapest electricity in the nation. - Source: Reddit / 18 days ago
I know you said monetise, but if you felt like donating a few spare CPU cycles to a cause aimed to help propel cutting-edge scientific research via distributed computing, BOINC is an option. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
The machines are designed to do what humans instruct them to do. They can be used to power a decentralized network of transactions or research the cure for cancer. (Example 1 , Example 2). I find the later provides far more benefit to society and would prefer any excess compute capacity be allocated to these efforts. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
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