Collective Intelligence 2012

    Invited Plenary Speakers

     

    Plenary Talks - Session I

  • Iain Couzin (Princeton)
    Collective Intelligence in Animal Groups
    Abstract
    Video
  • Deborah Gordon (Stanford)
    The Regulation of Foraging in Ant Colonies
    Abstract
    Video
  • Anita Woolley (Carneigie Mellon)
    Collective Intelligence in Human Groups
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video
  • Yochai Benkler (Harvard)
    Legitimacy in Cooperative Human Systems Design: Mediating Power, Structure, and Motivational Misalignment
    Abstract
    Video

    Plenary Talks - Session II

  • Panos Ipeirotis (New York University)
    Crowdsourcing: Quality Management and Scalability
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video
  • Robert Kraut (Carnegie Mellon)
    Social Design for Collective Intelligence
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video
  • Winter Mason (Stevens Institute of Technology)
    Group Identity, Culture, and Collective Intelligence
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video
  • Rob Miller (MIT)
    Crowd Computing and Human Computation Algorithms
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video

    Plenary Talks - Session III

  • Elizabeth Churchill (Yahoo! Research)
    Perspectives on Intelligence from Within and Outside the Collective
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video
  • Ed Hutchins (UCSD)
    Cultural Practices, Emergent Pattens, and Collective Intelligence
    Abstract
    Video
  • Ben Schneiderman (Maryland)
    Managing the Social Dynamics of Collective Intelligence
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video
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  • Johnathan Zittrain (Harvard)
    Human Computing's Oppenheimer Question
    Abstract
    Video

    Plenary Talks - Session IV

  • Lada Adamic (Michigan)
    Information Propagation and Filtering Over Social Networks
    Abstract
    Video
  • Christopher Chabris (Union College)
    Aristotle's Hypothesis and the Relationship Between Individual Intelligence and Collective Intelligence
    Abstract
    Video
  • Karim Lakhani (Harvard)
    Accessing the Ideas Cloud

    Abstract
    Video
  • Scott Page (Michigan)
    A Tale of Two Models of Collective Accuracy: Generated and Interpreted Signals
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video

    Plenary Talks - Session V

  • Colin Camerer (Caltech)
    When Rational Choice Erases or Magnifies Boundedly-Rational Choices in Economics: Evidence from LUPI Lottery Games and Price Bubble Experiments
    Abstract
    Video
  • Yiling Chen (Harvard)
    Mechanism Design for Prediction Markets
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video
  • Matthew Salganik (Princeton)
    Introduction to Wiki Surveys
    Abstract
    Slides
    Video
  • Justin Wolfers (Wharton)
    Forecasting Elections: Voter Intentions versus Expectations
    Abstract
    Video