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Why Wikipedia Works Really Well in Practice, Just Not in Theory Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: 🤍 Harvard University's Jonathan Zittrain explores the amazing success of Wikipedia, a concept that "works really well in practice, just not in theory." Not only is it a remarkable and unique model of a self-regulating entity, but also its governors and stakeholders are both members of the public at large. Zittrain examines whether Wikipedia is something that can be sustained long-term, whether it will need to adapt or grow in the future, and whether such adaptations and growth could potentially scuttle the entire operation. Finally, Zittrain offers up a suggestion for how to apply Wikipedia in an academic setting: Why not turn Wikipedia articles into long-term research projects? JONATHAN ZITTRAIN: Jonathan Zittrain is a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, Professor of Computer Science at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vice Dean for Library and Information Resources for the Harvard Law School Library, and Co-Founder of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Previously, he was the Chair in Internet Governance and Regulation at Oxford University and a principal of the Oxford Internet Institute. He was also a visiting professor at the New York University School of Law and Stanford Law School. Zittrain’s research interests include battles for control of digital property and content, cryptography, electronic privacy, the roles of intermediaries within Internet architecture, and the useful and unobtrusive deployment of technology in education. He is also the author of The Future of the Internet and How to Stop It, as well as co-editor of the books, Access Denied (MIT Press, 2008), Access Controlled (MIT Press, 2010), and Access Contested (MIT Press, 2011). TRANSCRIPT: Jonathan Zittrain: There's a great saying that Wikipedia works really well in practice, just not in theory. And that is true. Wikipedia's success is so singular, so spectacular that figuring out whether it's a model for anything other than Wikipedia is a puzzle that even the folks behind Wikipedia have faced as they've tried to do Wikisearch, Wikinews, and Wiktionary at different times. But the idea of having a scheme where the day-to-day governance, the day-to-day edits, whether done for substance to improve the truth level of an article in the view of the editor or done for process, oh that edit shouldn't have been made; it breaks the following rule; I'm going to revert it. To have the people doing that be members of the public at large is an extraordinary devolution of responsibility out to people who are in one way or another, implicitly or explicitly sort of taking an oath to subscribe to the principles behind Wikipedia of neutrality, of fairness, of learning — kind of the values of the enlightenment. And can that survive itself over the long haul? I don't know. As you get more and more importance attached to Wikipedia, more and more places that draw from Wikipedia as a source of data, whether it's something like the Wolfram Alpha Knowledge engine or Google to assemble basic facts for results in a search. There may be more and more reason for entities to want to game the results. If you can just put yourself in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest beard or something and you don't actually have to grow anything, it's like well why not? I'll vote myself rich. These are problems that Wikipedia has had to deal with so far relatively successfully. And there's a level of humility that I think it has to maintain in order to recognize new problems, to recognize where there might the structural forms of bias or discrimination going on. And to be able to endure the more targeted intentional attempts to basically poison the well of truth that Wikipedia at least aspires to be. What would I propose as a longer-term way of shoring it up? I think we should solve a problem with a problem. We haven't really figured out in the early 21st century what to do with kids who are in school for hours at a time every day sort of warehoused in daycare; I think it would be wonderful to make as part of the curriculum from, say,... To read the transcript, please go to 🤍
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This explainer video shows the different user roles within Wikipedia and answers the question if your edit will be published immediately.
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All of us search many topics and read many articles daily and most of them are easily found on wikipedia.When you come to wikipedia, you are able to read what the wiki's community has written. By clicking an "edit" button on an article, you are able to edit the article's text. You can add or change anything you like in the article you are reading. But do you know how wikipedia works? Who writes article on wikipedia? Are the articles in wikipedia reliable? Ayiyee Jante Hai Subscribe Intro Music Credits - Music: Spring In My Step - Silent Partner 🤍 Follow On Instagram - 🤍 Facebook Page - 🤍 Follow On Twitter - 🤍 #wikipedia #howwikipediaworks #wikipediaauthor
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Jimmy "Jimbo" Wales, founder of Wikipedia created the world's biggest encyclopedia in 2001. It is owned and operated by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation, which run various initiative such as Wikipedia ZERO. Jimbo explains how Wikipedia works - entirely run by volunteers who are passionate about the subject area they write on and if its not accurate then let them know... they will rectify it because they want Wikipedia to be as accurate and reliable as possible.
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This video is a explanation of how Wikipedia works, whether it is biased or not and whether or not you should be using it as a source for your projects. Patreon: 🤍 Subreddit: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 E-Mail Address: viki1999mail🤍gmail.com The song in the outro was produced by 08 (who gave me no way to credit them), you can listen to the whole remix on my second channel: 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 0:56 What is Wikipedia and how does it work 7:46 Examples of Bias 17:41 So will I keep using it? 20:20 Conclusion Sources: Tweet about me 🤍 How Wikipedia works 🤍 Wikipedia’s accuracy 🤍 Video summing up the structure of Wikipedia 🤍 Ideological bias on Wikipedia 🤍 Japanese Wikipedia bias 🤍 Crowd sourced examples of bias in Wikipedia 🤍 🤍 Columbus sending slaves back to Spain 🤍 Conservapedia on Wikipedia 🤍 Conservapedia general information 🤍 Conservapedia on Wikipedia 2 🤍 Conservapedia on Wikipedia 3 🤍 Criticisms of Wikipedia 🤍 My latest video 🤍 Transcript: Hello everybody. If you watched any of my recent videos and had a look at the description or the comment sections, you will have seen one thing. Wikipedia. And lots of angry people who say I shouldn’t use it at a source. It’s gotten so bad that I added an angry disclaimer to my last descriptions because I was frustrated with what I saw as unproductive feedback. Among that was this one tweet which got more likes and retweets than I am comfortable with. It seems some people have serious issues with my choice of sources. So, I am making this video to explain what Wikipedia is, how it works, why it can be a bad source, examples of bias and whether I will keep using it despite all that. And yes, just to prove I can, this video will not cite Wikipedia at all. That being said, let’s start with, what is Wikipedia? Wikipedia is a free online encyclopaedia run by the Wikipedia foundation who are a non-profit organisation. The information on the different pages is added and edited by users. Anyone can make a change. Which seems like it is ripe for misinformation, but if someone makes a change without a citation that change will be overruled. There are volunteer administrators who more or less sign off on the changes people propose. There are unchecked changes on small articles but those are rare. And if the citation is missing then it will say “citation needed”, and there will be a disclaimer telling you that the information may not be reliable. Personally, I once tried to write a Wikipedia article on the new religion I invented, long story. It was immediately flagged by a bot and deleted by an admin. These admins have rights others don’t have, for example they can ban users if they behave badly or make bad faith edits, and if it’s an anonymous user they will ban their IP address. The administrators can also make a page protected. If we look at the page of world war two we can see this little padlock here which tells us this page is protected, meaning without an account you can’t change anything about it. And an account needs to be established before you can make changes. As you can imagine this is used on loads of pages to protect them from vandalism.
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The Rise of Wiki. How does Wikipedia make money? How does Wikipedia work? How does Wikipedia editing work? How does Wikipedia get information? Can Wikipedia be trusted? Who are Ward Cunningham, Larry Sanger and Jimmy Wales? What is a Wiki? We discuss how a wiki of just 21 articles spawned one of the world's top ten most visited websites. In this video, we look at The Rise of Wikipedia, the world's biggest and best encyclopedia with over fifty million pages, and how a free website without advertising generates millions of dollars every year. Here's How It Happened 0:00 Introduction 0:33 The First Wiki 1:12 Wikipedia's Predecessor: Nupedia 1:46 The Rise of Wikipedia 2:34 How Wikipedia Makes Money 3:11 Criticisms of Wikipedia 4:04 Final Thoughts Our Favorite Laptop: 🤍 💻 Noise-Cancelling Headphones: 🤍 🎧 Studio Quality Mic: 🤍 🎙 ► FTC Legal Disclaimer - Some links found in the description box of our videos may be affiliate links, meaning we may receive a small commission on sales you make through the link. This is at no extra cost to you to use our links/codes; it's just one more way to support us and our channel! :) #Wikipedia #TheFreeEncyclopedia #HowItHappened
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This video explains how the governance structure of Wikipedia works. We ask the question "Who has power in Wikipedia?" I explain information from this page on Wikipedia's site: 🤍 (The Diagram) 🤍 (Power Structure) I explain the organizational diagram on that page, and why Wikipedians think that there are features of so many different power structures, including anarchy, precedent, bureaucracy, despotism, democracy, republic, meritocracy, plutocracy, and technocracy. I explain the roles and privileges of admins, Stewarts and the arbitration committee in Wikipedia. 0:00 - Wikipedia & the Evolution of Online Spaces 1:08 - Why Does Wikipedia Need Governance? 3:30 - How is Wikipedia Organized? 3:56 - How Do Organizations Naturally Evolve? 5:00 - Wiki Movement 5:44 - Admins, Bots & Bureaucrats 7:33 - Check Users /Sensitive Powers 8:20 - Arbitration / Dispute Resolution 10:37 - Stewards 11:19 - Checks and Balances 12:01 - Social Norms 13:53 - 3 Types of Written Rules 15:08 - Definitions of Anarchy, Democracy, Plutocracy, etc 16:39 - How Wikipedia is Anarchy, Democracy, Plutocracy, etc? 21:00 - Wikipedia as an Example
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