Sequence is a micro-tasks crowdsourcing company based in Birmingham (UK). It is specialised in providing human judgments for data related tasks particularly for the artificial intelligence industry.
The platform is a combination of technological product and remote workforce that help companies and data scientists to prepare their datasets to train their algorithms for machine learning. This online solution connects requesters (artificial intelligence companies) and contributors (human workforce) through an integrated project management platform.
Sequence.work was founded in 2018 by Mabel Tan, Andy Ngo, Luc Leray and Charles Morizot. Before creating Sequence.work, they worked together at Supahands, a crowdsourcing company based in Malaysia as the following positions.
Image and video annotation for machine learning algorithms, Text Annotation & Transcription for OCR, Data Tagging and Categorisation, Data validation, Data enrichment and Data comparison.
- Amazon Mechanical Turk
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