There are two stages where human labelers will work on your tasks: the initial attempt stage and the higher-level review stage. Labelers working at the attempt stage are referred to as attempters and those working at the review stage are referred to as reviewers. At the review stage, a reviewer can fix or approve without fixing the work done by the previous labeler. We refer to the outputted work at each stage as the labeler’s response. In other words, we refer to the final output that you receive when a task has progressed through the pipeline as the task’s “final response.”

Basic Pipelines

On Rapid, we have three basic pipelines:


Standard Pipeline


Consensus Pipeline

Specialized Pipelines

We also have a more specialized pipelines to help better achieve quality:


Generative Pipeline

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