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Submission + - Revealed: Google's manual for its unseen humans who rate the web (theregister.co.uk)

concealment writes: "Technology? Yes, but also toiling home-workers

Exclusive It's widely believed that Google search results are produced entirely by computer algorithms — in large part because Google would like this to be widely believed. But in fact a little-known group of home-worker humans plays a large part in the Google process. The way these raters go about their work has always been a mystery. Now, The Register has seen a copy of the guidelines Google issues to them."

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Revealed: Google's manual for its unseen humans who rate the web

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