Edmond J. Safra Lab Partners with InnoCentive to Identify Systems to Monitor Institutional Corruption
This Challenge asks Solvers to develop an innovative system or set of tools that will facilitate the detection and aggregation of information regarding corrupting forces within public or private institutions such as government, regulatory agencies, businesses and professions, including medicine, academia and the law, in a way that is easily accessible and useful to relevant constituencies. For example, with the internet and crowdsourcing, organizations such as maplight.org, or even yelp.com, have been successful in exposing information that is of concern to citizens and consumers in a meaningful way. This Challenge is open to anyone with a solution that fits the published criteria, and requires only a written proposal. Submissions will be accepted through November 8, 2011 and winners will be announced in late December or early January.