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Dear all, 

The deadline for the ACM Collective Intelligence Conference 2018 has been extended. The new deadline is Saturday March 10, 2018 (23:59 Hawaii time). 

http://ci.acm.org/2018/submissions/ <http://ci.acm.org/2018/submissions/>

Kind regards,

The Collective Intelligence Conference Organizing Committee.






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ACM Collective Intelligence Conference 2018

Zurich, Switzerland, July 7-8, 2018.



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Website: http://ci.acm.org/2018/ <http://ci.acm.org/2018/>
Twitter: @cicon18 (https://twitter.com/cicon18 <https://twitter.com/cicon18>)

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Final Call for Extended Abstracts 
The ACM Collective Intelligence Conference Series is an interdisciplinary event sponsored by SIGCHI that brings together researchers from academia, business, nonprofits, governments and the world at large to share insights and ideas relevant to understanding and designing collective intelligence in its many forms thereby fostering the use of collective intelligence.

In its first foray outside the USA, this year, Collective Intelligence will be held in beautiful Zurich, Switzerland, on July 7-8, 2018. The conference will be partially co-located with HCOMP 2018, the 6th Annual AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing, which will take place from July 5-8. By bringing together these two interdisciplinary communities, we will foster new connections among collective intelligence and crowdsourcing scholars and practitioners, across diverse fields including human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, economics, business, and design.

 
Topics 

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

•       Collective creativity and innovation

•       Collective decision making and problem-solving

•       Ethics of collective intelligence

•       Emergence and evolution of intelligence in biological systems

•       New technologies for making groups smarter

•       Citizen engagement and participation

•       Group memory and extended cognition

•       Human computation

•       Computational models of group search and optimization

•       Social computing

•       Crowdsourcing

•       Crowdfunding

•       Wisdom of crowds (e.g., prediction markets)

•       Open source intelligence and investigation

•       Organizational design and strategy

•       Ethics of collective intelligence

•       Artificial intelligence and collaboration

 
Important Dates:

•       March 2, 2018 Abstract Submission Deadline  March 10, 2018 (23:59 Hawaii time) Extended Abstract Submission Deadline

•       April 6, 2018, Notifications

•       April 12, 2018 Early Bird Registration Ends

•       April 16, 2018 Program Announcement

•       June 1, 2018 Regular Registration Ends

•       July 7-8, 2018 Collective Intelligence 2018

 
Submissions

We accept four-page abstracts for the following kinds of submissions:

•       Reports of Original Results

•       Demonstrations of Tools/Technology/Experiments

•       Panels (3-5 people discussing the same topic)

 
Note that some research or practice papers may be assigned as posters, depending on the number of submissions and room capacity of the venue.


To submit an abstract, please visit:

http://ci.acm.org/2018/submissions/ <http://ci.acm.org/2018/submissions/>
  
Organizing Committee

Conference Chair

 •       Abraham Bernstein, University of Zurich, Switzerland

 
Program Chairs

•       Kurt Luther, Virgina Tech, USA

•       Chris Tucci, EPFL, Switzerland

•       Anita Woolley, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

 
Program Committee (confirmed so far)

•       Elisa Celis Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

•       Joel Chan, Carnegie Mellon University, United States

•       Yannis Charalabidis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

•       Gonzalo De Polavieja, Champalimaud Foundation, Portugal

•       Eszter Hargittai, Northwestern University, United States

•       Dirk Helbing, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

•       Agnes Horvat, Northwestern University, United States

•       Joshua Introne, Michigan State University, United States

•       Lilly Irani, University of Califonrina San Diego, United States

•       Young Ji Kim, University of California Santa Barbara, United States

•       Petros Koumoutsakos, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

•       Markus Krause ICSI, UC Berkeley, United States

•       Barbara König, University of Zurich, Switzerland

•       Edith Law, University of Waterloo, Canada

•       Matt Lease, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

•       Aija Leiponen, Cornell University, United States

•       Nicoleta Meslec, Tilburg University, Netherlands

•       Kathrin Moeslein, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

•       Saiph Savage, West Virginia University, United States

•       Ingo Scholtes, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

•       Sven Seuken, University of Zurich, Switzerland

•       Maha Shaikh, London School of Economics, United Kingdom

•       Melissa Valentine, Stanford University, United States

•       Gianluigi Viscusi, EPFL-CDM-CSI, Switzerland

•       Chris Welty, Google, United States

•       Lixiu Yu Bosch, United States

 
Collective Intelligence Cultivator

•       Cristina Sarasua, University of Zurich, Switzerland

 
Local organizers

•       Nina Cornelius, University of Zurich, Switzerland

•       Sarah Lechmann, University of Zurich, Switzerland

 
Collective Intelligence Conference Steering Committee

•       Thomas Malone, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA (Chair)

•       Abraham Bernstein, University of Zurich, Switzerland

•       Karim Lakhani, Harvard University, USA

•       Natalaya Levina, New York University, USA

•       Jeff Nickerson, Stevens Institutre of Technology, USA

•       Beth Noveck, New York University, USA

•       Gary Olson, University of California in Irvine, USA

•       Paul Resnick, University of Michigan, USA

 






Cristina Sarasua

University of Zurich, Department of Informatics, DDIS
Binzmühlestrasse 14
CH-8050 Zürich

Room: BIN 2.D.07, Campus Oerlikon
Tel: +41 44 635 4397
Web site: http://www.ifi.uzh.ch/en/ddis/people.html


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