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David Parkes <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 18 Jun 2014 08:44:26 -0400
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HCOMP Call for Works-in-Progress and Demonstrations
Deadline - July 25, 2014

The Second AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing (HCOMP 2014) 
will be held on November 2-4, 2014 in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, USA. The meeting will include presentations of new research, 
works-in-progress (poster) and demo sessions, invited talks,
workshops and tutorials, and a two-day CrowdCamp.

See for more information.

Works-in-progress and demonstrations submissions to HCOMP are due on July 25, 
2014 at 5pm Pacific time. Submissions are limited to two
pages in AAAI format, plus auxiliary information. See for formatting information.

We encourage practitioners and researchers to submit Works-in-Progress as it 
provides a unique opportunity for sharing valuable ideas,
eliciting useful feedback on early-stage work, and fostering discussions and 
collaborations among colleagues. Accepted submissions will
be presented as a poster at the conference and made available to the community 
as a two-page poster abstract.

A Work-in-Progress is a concise report of recent findings or other types of 
innovative or thought-provoking work relevant to the HCOMP
community. The difference between Works-in-Progress and other contribution 
types is that Work-in-Progress submissions represents work
that has not reached a level of completion that would warrant the full Refereed 
selection process. That said, appropriate submissions
should make some contribution to the body of HCOMP knowledge, whether realized 
or promised. A significant benefit of a Work-in-Progress
derives from the discussion between the author and conference attendees that 
will be fostered by the face-to-face presentation of the

A demo is a high-visibility, high-impact forum of the HCOMP program that allows 
you to present your hands-on demonstration, share novel
interactive technologies, and stage interactive experiences. We encourage 
submissions from any area of human computation and
crowdsourcing. Demo promotes and provokes discussion of the role of technology, 
and invites contributions from industry, research, the
arts and design.

The Demo track showcases this year's most exciting crowd and human computation 
prototypes and systems. If you have an interesting
prototype, system, exhibit or installation, we want to know about it. Sharing 
hands-on experiences of your work is often the best way to
communicate what you have created.

We look forward to seeing your submissions, and to see you at HCOMP in 

Haoqi Zhang (Northwestern)
WiP/Demos track chair

Jeffrey Bigham (CMU) and David Parkes (Harvard)
Conference chairs

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