CI 2018: ACM COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE
PROGRAM

Days: Saturday, July 7th Sunday, July 8th

Saturday, July 7th

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09:00-10:00 Session 2: Keynote I

Keynote I

Location: Aula KOL-G-201
09:00
Digital Humanitarians: How You Can Make a Difference During the Next Disaster ( abstract )
11:00-12:30 Session 5: First paper session
Location: Aula KOL-G-201
11:00
Simon's Anthill: Mapping and Navigating Belief Spaces ( abstract )
11:15
Finding Mnemo: Hybrid Intelligence Memory in a Crowd-Powered Dialog System ( abstract )
11:30
Networks of influence in small group discussions ( abstract )
11:45
CrowdRev: A platform for Crowd-based Screening of Literature Reviews ( abstract )
12:00
The Effect of Automatic Feedback on Effort and Collective Intelligence in Distributed Virtual Teams ( abstract )
12:15
Enabling Expert Critique with Chatbots and Micro Guidance ( abstract )
14:00-15:00 Session 7: Keynote II

Keynote II

Location: Aula KOL-G-201
14:00
Optimizing the Human-Machine Partnership with Zooniverse ( abstract )
15:30-17:00 Session 9: Second paper session
Location: Aula KOL-G-201
15:30
High Frequency Labor ( abstract )
15:45
Social learning strategies for matters of taste ( abstract )
16:00
Collective Intelligence for Deep Reinforcement Learning ( abstract )
16:15
Photo Sleuth: Combining Collective Intelligence and Computer Vision to Identify Historical Portraits ( abstract )
16:30
Toward Safer Crowdsourced Content Moderation ( abstract )
16:45
How Intermittent Breaks in Interaction Improve Collective Intelligence ( abstract )
17:00-18:00 Session 10: First poster session

Posters 1

17:00
Framework for Sustainable Users Participation in Non-profit Crowdsourcing ( abstract )
17:00
Crowd-sourced Manipulation and Fraud Detection in Prediction Markets ( abstract )
17:00
Changing the Innovation Game - Crowdsourcing in Incumbent Firms ( abstract )
17:00
A Human-Centered Perspective on Human–AI Interaction: Introduction of the Embodiment Continuum Framework ( abstract )
17:00
Crowdoscope – An Interactive Survey Tool for Social Collective Intelligence ( abstract )
17:00
Market volatility and crashes in experimental financial markets with interactions between human and high-frequency traders ( abstract )
17:00
Co-creating Collective Intelligence in Civic Tech: Pilot Study in Lithuania ( abstract )
17:00
Crowd Dynamics in Small Teams in Higher Education ( abstract )
17:00
Is Novelty an Advantage or a Drawback in Equity Crowdfunding? ( abstract )
17:00
Crowd Work on a CV? Understanding How AMT Fits into Turkers' Career Goals and Professional Profiles ( abstract )
19:00-23:00 Banquet

CI 2018 / HCOMP-18 Joint Banquet

Sunday, July 8th

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09:00-10:00 Session 12: Keynote III

Keynote III

09:00
Learning through Collective Intelligence ( abstract )
10:30-11:30 Session 14: Panel

Panel

10:30
Crowdsourcing and crowd-driven innovation (panel) ( abstract )
11:30-12:30 Session 15: Second poster session

Poster 2

11:30
QUEST: A Common Sense Approach to Annotating Q&A Content ( abstract )
11:30
Collective Intelligence in business and in public sphere: possible research methods for a comparative study ( abstract )
11:30
Repetition Doesn't Have To Be Boring: User Experience Design For Online Citizen Science Data Classification Applications ( abstract )
11:30
A Trading Market for Prices in Peer Production ( abstract )
11:30
The Change Engine as a Bridge Between Computer Science and Social Innovation Approaches to Collective Intelligence ( abstract )
11:30
Artificial Swarms Outperform in Finding Social Optima ( abstract )
11:30
Collective Intelligence Aspects of Cyber-Physical Social Systems: Results of a Systematic Mapping Study ( abstract )
11:30
Towards Hybrid Human-Machine Translation Services ( abstract )
11:30
False Positive and Cross-relation Signals in Distant Supervision Data ( abstract )
14:00-15:00 Session 17: Keynote IV

Keynote IV

14:00
The Role of Internet Skills in Online Participation ( abstract )
15:30-17:00 Session 19: Third paper session
15:30
When Ties Bind And When Ties Divide: The Effects Of Communication Networks On Group Processes And Performance ( abstract )
15:45
Behind the Starbucks counter: Collaborative Training in Virtual Reality ( abstract )
16:00
Enhancing Collective Intelligence of Human-Machine Teams ( abstract )
16:15
Implicit Coordination in Peer Production Networks ( abstract )
16:30
Collective Intelligence Systems for Analogical Search ( abstract )
16:45
Rational Collective Learning in the Laboratory ( abstract )