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Come up with a way to objectively rate people's work/ideas/creativity regardless of their status

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Povilas S
Povilas S Mar 23, 2022
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When a person is not well known, whatever they are doing, be it art, carpentry, social work, etc., people value/judge what they do and how well they do it rather than their status (because they don't have a status yet).
If they're good at what they do, they soon earn status and become well known. When someone is well known for what they did in the past, we tend to exalt their current work just because it's theirs. The objectivity of evaluating the work/creation itself is partially or fully lost because of this. A person's status greatly influences the evaluation process and sheds a placebo shadow on our psychology.
How could we keep the objectivity and truthfulness in evaluating what a person does regardless of what status they have?
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Temporarily detaching person's identity from their work

Povilas S
Povilas S Mar 23, 2022
One good way to go about this is to temporarily hide the identity of the author and reveal it only after their work/creation is reviewed. For example, a platform like this could be configured in a way that once a new idea is posted, the author is not visible, instead of their picture/name the question mark would be shown.
Once the visitor reviews the idea, they're asked to rate it or give their opinion about it in other, more subtle ways. When the idea page is opened, the system would display a pop-up notification which would read something like "if you want to know the identity of the author, please read and review the idea first". Once you gave feedback to it, the identity would be revealed.
Alternatively, at the end of the idea/session page, there could be a "reveal identity" button that the user could press without giving feedback. Since it would be at the end of the page, it's unlikely that they'd scroll to the bottom first just to know the identity and only then read the text.
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Shubhankar Kulkarni
Shubhankar Kulkarni2 years ago
Detaching identity seems to be the most intuitive way and the best option currently possible and available. I support it.
I could think of two problems that, if we could counter, the "detaching identity" thing could kick off.
  1. If you reveal the identity of an author/painter to a person who gave the review, they might simply post a screenshot of it on other platforms, ultimately revealing the identity to everyone. How do we tackle this?
  2. Secondly, the seasoned famous authors/ painters/ ideators market their creations using themselves as the brand. How do we make them interested in posting anonymously on our platform? Our platform should not be a stepping stone for beginners, we need seasoned people posting, too.
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jnikola2 years ago
Probably because I thought primarily about artists, I was surprised when you mentioned in the contribution how it could work on this platform. Very cool idea and a great way to incentivize reviewing, since it will become important for the evaluation of the ideas and the user.
This option could find its place in the bounty sessions, too, since an honest review of every contribution is needed.
One thing that could be tricky is how to deal with an idea, challenge, or contribution on a profile page of the user. When a user posts something, all of it gets published on the user page.
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic2 years ago
This seems like a pretty cool feature.
To incentivize giving reviews to others we could turn it into a sort of "currency". The more you review others, the sooner (higher priority) our content would be up for review by others.
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Gamify the presentation experiment

Darko Savic
Darko Savic Mar 23, 2022
When a well-known person is about to present their latest project to the public, make it so that:
  1. people don't know which project is theirs
  2. bring on 3 unknown, talented individuals who also have cool new projects ready, within a similar field of interest
  3. present all 4 projects and have the public guess which belongs to the well-known person
  4. have people vote on which project they like the most
Repeat the same with a different group of people, but tell them upfront whom each project belongs to. Present both results side by side.
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