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*** Covid-19 announcement ***

The HCOMP organisers are monitoring the ongoing situation around Covid-19 closely. We plan to hold the conference at the same dates, either online, or, if it‘s safe and the restrictions allow it, at the planned venue in the Netherlands. We aim to disclose further details in a few months. In the meantime, we’re looking forward to your submissions!

*** HCOMP 2020: Call for Workshops ***

	• Hilversum, the Netherlands
	• October 26-28 2020
	• Website: <>
	• Twitter: @hcomp_conf

Important dates, all times are midnight CEST (Amsterdam time)
June 15, 2020: Topic descriptions due
October 26, 2020: Workshops are to take place

HCOMP workshops are a gathering place for people interested in human computation or crowdsourcing to meet in the context of a focused and interactive discussion. They are an opportunity to move the field forward and build community. Workshops might address basic or applied research, human computation or crowdsourcing in industry, new methodologies, emerging application areas, or other topics of interest. Workshop schedules should encourage lively debates and discussion. Each workshop should generate ideas that will give the HCOMP community a fresh way of thinking about the topic or that suggest promising directions for future work.

If you would like to organize a workshop, please reach out to [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> by June 15 with a description of your proposed topic, intended audience, list of potential speakers, and a one-day or half-day schedule, including some time for contributed talks. Workshops are expected to be inclusive, and priority will be given to workshops that include a diversity of speakers, organizers, and viewpoints. Selected workshops will be held on October 26, the day before the main conference begins. Organizers also have the possibility to publish an overview article about their workshop (up to 10 pages, including abstracts of selected articles) to AI Magazine.
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