Crowdsourcing and human computation multidisciplinary workshop

The crowdsourcing and human computation multidisciplinary workshop organized by the CNRS MASTODONS* challenge.

Crowdsourcing systems are becoming very popular in a variety of domains and for a wide range of online tasks. Common crowdsourcing scenarios include data gathering (asking volunteers to tag a picture or a video), document editing (as in Wikipedia), opinion solicitation (asking foodies to provide a summary of their experience at a restaurant), and collaborative intelligence (asking residents to match old city maps). Human computation addresses the design or analysis of information processing systems in which human groups participate as computational elements. Both fields are concerned with how people can be involved in solving complex tasks that go beyond the capabilities of current algorithms and with the emergence of collective intelligence. Research in these domains is interdisciplinary and includes efforts in human computer interaction, cognitive psychology, economics, data bases, information retrieval, artificial intelligence, etc.
The purpose of this one-day interdisciplinary workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners from different fields to share their experience and thoughts about the challenges and opportunities of doing (or not!) research on crowdsourcing and human computation.

The program crowdsoursing_and_human_computation_septembre_2014.pdf

Presentations of the crowdsourcing day

Invited talk 1 Evelyne Lutton, Senior Research Scientist, INRA -http://evelyne.lutton.free.fr/ Humanized computation and interactive evolution 1-_evelyne_lutton_humanizedcomputation-iec.compressed.pdf

Session 1: Citizen science and ethics

Gilles Adda, LIMSI and IMMI-CNRS –
Laurent Besacier, LIG-
Alain Couillault, Univ. de La Rochelle/L3I-
Karën Fort, Univ. de Lorraine/LORIA-
Joseph J. Mariani, LIMSI and IMMI-CNRS-
Hugues De Mazancourt, Eptica-Lingway
Where the data are coming from?- Ethics, crowdsourcing and traceability for Big Data in Human Language Technology 2-_session11-ethics.compressed.pdf
Romain Julliard, MNHN Biodiversity monitoring through citizen science 3-_session12-citizenbiodiv.compressed.pdf
Invited talk 2 Atsuyuki Morishima, Professor at Tsukuba University – http://www.kc.tsukuba.ac.jp/mori/ CyLog/Crowd4U : Toward an Earth-scale Volunteer Network for Microtask-based Crowdsourcing 4-_atsuyuki_morishima_crowd4u-cnrs.compressed.pdf

Session 2: Crowdsourcing tools

Nicolas Haderer, Christophe Ribeiro, Romain Rouvoy, Lionel Seinturie – Université de Lille 1/INRIA- Vassili Rivron INRIA PRACTIC: Offloading Cyber-Physical Tasks using Mobile Crowdsourcing 5-_session21-practic.compressed.pdf
David Gross-Amblard, Adam Kammoun, Zoltán Miklós – IRISA Crowd Artifact: Towards a declarative crowdsourcing platform 6-_session22-crowdartifact.compressed.pdf
Sihem Amer-Yahia-Etienne Duble,CNRS/LIG-Noha Ibrahim,LIG CrowdHealth: Crowd-based platform for mining health information 7-_session23-crowdhealth.compressed.pdf

Session 3: Worker selection and coordination

Khalid Belhajjame, LAMSADE-Marco Brambilla, Politecnico Di Milano-Daniela Grigori, LAMSADE-Andrea Mauri, Politecnico Di Milano Community Profiling for Crowdsourcing Queries 8-_session31-communityprofiling.compressed.pdf
Iheb Ben Amor, Salima Benbernou and Mourad Ouziri – Paris Descartes and Sorbonne SocialCrowd: Privacy in collaborative crowdsourcing 9-_session32-privacy.compressed.pdf