Answer simple questions to make a big impact. You can progress through the levels and earn badges. Your voluntary contributions will make Google products more useful in your region. Google Assistant can help you understand the meaning, improve Google Translate and assist Google Photos in identifying objects. These are just a few examples of the many contributions you can make to Google, both locally and internationally.
These are some tasks you can do to become a contributor to Google’s community.
Food comparison: Compare the features of two images of food.
Response rating: Assess the naturalness of a bot’s response.
Audio donation: Record your voice and improve speech technology.
Food facts: Let us know if you notice any particular features in a dish.
Food labeller: Let us know what foods an image contains.
Semantic similarity: Determine if two phrases have the exact same meaning.
Chart comprehension: Assess whether charts can be understood and trusted.
Glide type: Slide your fingers across the keyboard to type what you see.
Audio validation: Listen carefully to an audio clip and see if it sounds natural.
Verification of image labels: Let us know if images have been correctly tagged.
Capture images: Share photos from your area of the globe.
Translation: Translate words and phrases into other languages
Validate translations: Choose the phrases that are correctly translated.
Recognition of handwriting: Take a look at your handwriting and then type the text you see.
Evaluation of sentiment: Determine if a sentence is positive, neutral or negative in your language.
Smart camera (Android Lollipop 5.+ required): Point at an object to see if it can be identified by the camera.
You make Google products more inclusive by answering questions. Your help will also get you perks such as connecting with other contributors at local meetups or receiving invitations to exclusive Hangouts with Googlers. You can also be featured on Crowdsource’s social media channels. You can help make Google better for your community whether you are on the train, in a bus station, or waiting in a line.