The proceedings of the workshop is available here!

Human Computation is the study of systems where humans perform a major part of the computation or are an integral part of the overall computational system. Over the past few years, we have observed a proliferation of related workshops, new courses, and tutorials, scattered across many conferences.  In this 3rd Human Computation Workshop (HCOMP 2011), we hope to draw together participants across disciplines -- machine learning, mechanism and market design, information retrieval, decision-theoretic planning, optimization, human computer interaction -- for a stimulating full-day workshop at AAAI in the beautiful San Francisco this summer.  There will be presentation of new works, lively discussions, poster and demo sessions, and invited talks by Eric Horvitz, Jennifer Wortman Vaughan and more.  There will also be a 4-hour tutorial called “Human Computation: Core Research Questions and State of the Art” at AAAI on August 7 (2:00PM - 6:00PM) which will give newcomers and current researchers a bird’s eye view of the research landscape of human computation.  We hope to see you there!

HCOMP 2011 has a new home!


Co-located with AAAI 2011

San Francisco, CA


August 8, 2011


Paper Deadline: April 29, 2011

Notification: May 23, 2011

Camera Ready: May 27, 2011


Paper Format: AAAI

Submission via: CMT


to download and print!

Courtesy of Polo Chau