All times are midnight AoE
Chairs: Saiph Savage and David Sarne
November 14, 2021
The HCOMP’21 graduate consortium provides graduate students with the unique opportunity to share their research with crowdsourcing and human computation experts, meet other graduate students, network, and receive mentoring from both industry and academia.
To view this year's program, please visit this page.
CrowdCamp started as a one-day hackathon for researchers and practitioners with interests in crowdsourcing, human computation, social media, and collective intelligence. CrowdCamp has been going on since 2011, at first co-located with CHI, then with CSCW, and since 2014 with HCOMP. Historically, CrowdCamp’s focus for participants has been aimed at creating deliverable prototypes or study designs during the workshop.
You can find details of previous editions here. Prior CrowdCamp projects have resulted in top-tier conference publications, blog posts, and on-going research. For the past several years the primary theme of CrowdCamp has been the Human-AI Collaboration.
You can find the call for CrowdCamp on this page.
We welcome everyone who is interested in crowdsourcing and human computation to: