High-quality data labeling in 30+ languages,
starting at $20/hr.
We offer a Self-Serve plan for users who want self-serve control of their data labeling — upload your data through our WYSIWYG editors or our APIs, create your data labeling templates, and start getting high-quality results in minutes.
We also offer an Enterprise plan for teams that need high volume, fully managed data labeling services with guaranteed SLAs — we’ll help you create guidelines, build you custom labeling teams, and manage quality controls end to end.
Set your own price per labeling task depending on project difficulty, speed, and complexity. To ensure fair wages, we recommend starting at $20-25/hr — for example, 35-40 cents for a task that takes Surgers 1 minute on average. No platform fees or hidden costs.
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Surge AI is the world’s best data labeling platform and workforce, providing the highest quality data to today's top tech companies and researchers. We're built from the ground up to tackle the extraordinary challenges of Natural Language Processing and other advanced labeling tasks — with an elite workforce, stunning quality, rich labeling tools, and modern APIs.
Data labeling is the process of annotating raw data in order to effectively train or evaluate machine learning models and artificial intelligence. Data labeling projects can range from simple (labeling the sentiment of text snippets) to complex (writing Python to train code-generation AI). Surge AI can handle it all, at scale. You can download our datasets to see what great data looks like.
There are two components to the Surge AI platform — our labeling tools and the Surger workforce.
Individuals use our labeling tool for free and set their own pricing when using the Surger workforce (we typically recommend 30-40 cents per minute). Please reach out if you’d like further pricing guidance.
For enterprise, we price projects on a per task basis. Book an intro call to learn more.
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