Using Multiple Witness Accounts to Reconstruct Complex Scenes
Stephen Bennett – University of California, Irvine

Cognitive Heuristics and Collective Opinions in Peer Recommendation
Kristina Lerman – University of Southern California
Tad Hogg – Institute for Molecular Manufacturing

Incentive Mechanism for Managing Large-Scale Internet-Based Discussions on COLLAGREE
Takayuki Ito – Nagoya Institute of Technology
Yuma Imi – Nagoya Institute of Technology
Motoki Sato – Nagoya Institute of Technology
Takanori Ito – Nagoya Institute of Technology
Eizo Hideshima – Nagoya Institute of Technology

Collective Intelligence Monitoring Technique
Aelita Skaržauskienė – Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania
Dap Hartmann – Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Birutė Mikulskienė – Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania
Monika Mačiulienė – Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

From Collective Dynamics to Collective Intelligence
Roman Ormandy – Embody Corp

Fully Automated Arabic to English Machine Translation System: Transfer-based Approach of AE-TBMT
Mohammed Abu Shquier – University of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

Predicting the Quality of New Contributors to the Facebook Crowdsourcing System
Julian Eisenschlos – Facebook

Don’t Ask Questions, Don’t Travel Anywhere
Guy White – Catalyx

The Evolution of Corporate Prediction Aggregation Mechanisms:
Towards Leveraging the Frontline for Strategic Issue Identification under Uncertainty
Carina Antonia Hallin – Copenhagen Business School
Torben Juul Andersen – Copenhagen Business School
Sigbjørn Tveteraas – University of Stavanger
Sheen S. Levine – University of Texas at Dallas and Columbia University, New York

Enhancing Reputation of Intelligent Vehicles Through the Wisdom of Crowds
Jared Oluoch – Oakland University
Huirong Fu – Oakland University
Theophilus Ogunyemi – Oakland University

Accuracy or Simulated, Flat, Combinatorial, and Penalized Prediction Markets
Kenneth C. Olson – George Mason University
Charles R. Twardy – George Mason University
Kathryn B. Laskey – George Mason University

Intelligence is Collective
Emile Servan-Schreiber – Lumenogic LLC

Open Collaboration for Innovation: Principles and Performance
Sheen S. Levine – University of Texas at Dallas
Michael J. Prietula – Emory University

What Individuals Don’t Know the Collective Does: A Possible Encoding for Collective Information
Fernando Esponda – Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Collective Speech
Andrew Konya – Kent State University
Aaron Slodov – Case Western Reserve University

Cognitive Diversity from Complexity and Processing Limitations in Theory and Experiment
Johannes Castner – Columbia University

Human Swarms, a Real-Time Paradigm for Collective Intelligence
Louis B. Rosenberg – Unanimous A. I.

Motivation Factors in Crowdsoursing Journalism: Influence, Peer Empowerment, and Social Change
Tanja Aitamurto – Stanford University


Software Crowdsourcing in Brazil IT Industry
Leticia Machado – Pontifical Catholic University (PUCRS)
Rafael Prikladnicki – Pontifical Catholic University (PUCRS)
Cleidson R. B. de Souza – Vale Institute of Technology (UFPA)
Erran Carmel – American University

Healthcare Crowds: Collective Intelligence in Public Health
John Prpić – Information Systems Group, Lulea University of Technology

Opportunities, Challenges, and a Testbed for Designing Crowdsourcing Systems for Public Safety
Yun Huang – Syracuse University

PolicyOracle: Nowcasting Expectations on Policy Indices
Niki Nikolakakou – National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Efthimios Bothos – National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Gregoris Mentzas – National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Geospatial System of Collective Intelligence:
A Technological Application for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Geographical Space Complexity
Juan Daniel Castillo Rosas – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech
Alex Fernando Jiménez Vélez – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech
José José Diez Rodríguez – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech
Josep María Monguet Fierro – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech
María Amparo Nuñez Andrés – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech

iCIMSware: Community Informatics for Collaborative Competitiveness
Jacqueline Caesar – National University
Thomas MacCalla – National University
Santiago Nunez – Costa Rica Institute of Technology

Catalyzing Natural Pattern Innovation and Gaian Collective Creativity
Marna Hauk – Prescott College and the Institute for Earth Regenerative Studies

Cooperation: Enjoying Collective Intelligence
Alessandro Merletti de Palo
Maria Gisa Masia
Alessandro Mancinella
Mariangela Nitti
Ilario Tito
Kanwar Ujjawal Singh

“Epimemetics”: Agent-Based Modeling of Distributed Cognition and Performance in Organizations
Russell S. Gonnering – The Medical College of Wisconsin
David Logan – University of Southern California

Trusted Networks: Enabling a Paradigm Shift in Human Organization
Gaël Van Weyenbergh
Maxime Bouillard
Paul Arinaga

Understanding Resource Exchange in Crowdfunding
Michael D. Greenberg – Northwestern University
Elizabeth M. Gerber – Northwestern University

WikiProjects: Collaborative Product Development Teams
Pinar Ozturk – Stevens Institute of Technology
Jeffrey V. Nickerson – Stevens Institute of Technology

Born to be Wild? Innovation Paths as Complex Adaptive Systems
Tyler Wry – University of Pennsylvania
Daniel Albert – University of Pennsylvania

PPLib:  Toward Systematic Crowd Process Design Using Recombination and Auto-Experimentation
Patrick M. de Boer – University of Zurich
Abraham Bernstein – University of Zurich

Expressed Uncertainty and Denials as Signals of Online Rumoring
Kate Starbird – University of Washington
Emma S. Spiro – University of Washington
Ahmer Arif – University of Washington
Fang-Ju Chou – University of Washington
Sindhuja Narasimhan – University of Washington
Jim Maddock – University of Washington
Kelley Shanahan – University of Washington
John Robinson – University of Washington

Postwaves: A New Platform for Harnessing the Collective Intelligence of Online Communities
Moti Weizman