High-quality, scalable, and fast: BPO on-chain with HUMAN Protocol
As a decentralized network that allows anyone to request humans to complete tasks online, HUMAN Protocol can accommodate virtually any BPO request. The BPO functionality of the Protocol is complemented by the launch of a new HUMAN App feature – OCR (optical character recognition), a powerful new addition to the app, demos of which can be found below.
BPO (business process outsourcing) refers to a broad range of activities that a business choose to have completed by third parties. It can be thought of as subcontracting a particular aspect of a business.
Businesses outsource processes to streamline their operations, and to make use of third party vendors that specialize in given activities that are often very intense.
Almost any business process can fall into this category. Below is a very small set of examples.
BPO is a natural extension of HUMAN Protocol’s capability. The core utility of the Protocol is for projects to request human work, and for the Protocol to organize the Workers, evaluate their work, and reward them.
Don’t forget, data annotation – the original use case of HUMAN Protocol – is a form of BPO. Rather than data scientists labeling millions of images themselves, they can use the Protocol to get humans to do it.
The HUMAN App – where 600 million tasks have been completed in the past six months – is the locus of where work is completed. It facilitates a wide range of possibilities, with image, video, audio, and text annotation available. 600 million tasks completed there in the last 6 months.
The HUMAN App has a new OCR capability, and the power of CVAT integrated.
Alternatively, anyone – whether a business, or a BPO provider, can bring their own tools – and workpools – to the Protocol.
A large accounting firm requires someone to check and reconcile the numbers on financial reports. The firm uploads the files, and HUMAN Protocol breaks them up into many smaller pieces of work that can be done by Workers.
Rather than being faced with an entire page, a Worker might be asked to enter a few digits from a cutting of the original document. Once the answers are checked, the results can be assimilated again into the original work.
Below are some demos of OCR tasks.
Below is a receipt; the Worker reads the receipt, and receives rewards for providing correct responses.
Below, you can see a question about CO2 emissions. It requires a human to verify the information. The use case could be anything from accounting, to taxonomy and ESG compliance.
BPO is a simple extension of HUMAN Protocol's core functionality. HUMAN Protocol can improve on existing technologies and provide a solution for businesses and BPO providers alike, much in the way it has done for ML practitioners by bringing data annotation services on-chain. BPO through HUMAN Protocol is fast, flexible, and delivers high quality at low prices.
The core contributors at HUMAN Protocol are here to support your BPO needs. They can work together with you to accommodate virtually any request. If you are interested, please get in touch.
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