Continuing the international
Collective Intelligence in Organizations
ACM CSCW 2012, 11th February 2012 – Seattle, Washington
|Collective Intelligence (CI) research investigates the design of infrastructures to enable collectives to think and act intelligently, and intriguingly, more intelligently than individuals. Technologies such as idea management or argumentation tools, blogs, wikis, chats, forums, Q&A sites, and social networks provide unprecedented opportunities for entire communities or organizations to express a discourse and act at a massive scale.
This workshop seeks to understand the forms of CI that can be constructed through discourse and action, which enables advanced forms of collective sensemaking such as idea generation and prioritization, argumentation, and deliberation.
We welcome contributions on these and other relevant questions through Research Papers, Position Papers, and Demos.
Anna De Liddo
Simon Buckingham Shum
- Submissions: Jan 14, 2012
- Notification of acceptance: Jan 27, 2012