Collective Intelligence 2020 explores the impact of technology and big data on the ways in which people come together to communicate, combine knowledge and get work done.
2020-03-18 Update. Given the COVID-19 outbreak the conference organizers have decided to change the conference format to a virtual conference. There will be no meeting in the physical world (i.e., you will not have to travel to attend). We are working on a contingency program of a condensed virtual synchronous program (live video chat etc) and an expanded asynchronous online program (various artifacts posted online that can be consumed at any time). Our main goal is to keep everyone safe, but continue to build our collective intelligence community. Please mark June 18 in your calendar to attend the virtual meeting. The review of submitted papers continues as planned. Authors of accepted papers will be asked to record a video of presentations. Stay tuned for more updates in the coming weeks.
Let’s stay connected. No matter where we are in the world, we can always come together to share ideas.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to: Human computation • Social computing • Crowdsourcing • Crowdfunding • Wisdom of crowds (e.g., prediction markets) • Group memory and extended cognition • Collective decision making and problem-solving • Organizational design and strategy • Ethics of collective intelligence • Computational models of groups • Emergence and evolution of intelligence in biological systems • New technologies for making groups smarter • Collective creativity and innovation • Citizen engagement and participation • Citizen science • Artificial intelligence and collaboration • Open source intelligence and investigation • Collective computation • Swarming & synchronicity • Voting and incentive mechanism design • Collective forecasting/super forecasting
Time and place Thurs, June 18 , 2020 Virtual Meeting