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Boston, MA, June 18-19, 2020.

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The ACM Collective Intelligence Conference Series is an 
interdisciplinary event sponsored by SIGCHI that brings together 
researchers from academia, business, nonprofits, governments, and the 
world at large to share insights and ideas relevant to understanding and 
designing collective intelligence in its many forms. The conference 
series aims to foster the use of collective intelligence.

ACM Collective Intelligence Conference 2020 will be held in beautiful 
Boston, MA, on June 18-19, 2020. The conference fosters connections 
among collective intelligence scholars and practitioners, across diverse 
fields including computer science (human-computer interaction, 
artificial intelligence, crowdsourcing, …), economics, business, 
biology, psychology, and others.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Collective creativity and innovation
- Collective decision making and problem-solving
- Ethics of collective intelligence
- Emergence and evolution of intelligence in biological systems
- New technologies for making groups smarter
- Citizen engagement and participation
- Group memory and extended cognition
- Human computation
- Computational models of groups
- Social computing
- Crowdsourcing
- Crowdfunding
- Wisdom of crowds (e.g., prediction markets)
- Open source intelligence and investigation
- Citizen science
- Organizational design and strategy
- Ethics of collective intelligence
- Artificial intelligence and collaboration
- Collective computation
- Swarming & synchronicity
- Voting and incentive mechanism design
- Collective forecasting / super forecasting

*Important Dates:*
- Nov 5, 2019 Call for Abstracts
- January 1, 2020 Submission for Abstracts Opens
- January 1, 2020 Registration Opens
- February 15, 2020 Extended Abstract Submission Deadline
- March 13, 2020 Notifications
- March 20, 2020 Early Bird Registration Ends
- April 15, 2020 Program Announcement
- May 10, 2020 Regular Registration Ends
- June 18-19, 2020 Collective Intelligence 2020

We accept four-page abstracts for the following kinds of submissions:
Reports of Original Research
Demonstrations of Tools/Technology/Experiments
Submissions are 3 pages of text plus 1 page for references. You are 
encouraged to include
a graphical abstract in the submission. Note that some research or 
practice papers may be assigned as posters, depending on the number of 
submissions and room capacity of the venue.
Proceedings. CI’2020 does not publish archival proceedings of 
submissions (i.e., not published on ACM Digital Library). However, we 
plan to post a “book of abstracts” on the CI’20 website to make 
submissions available to other participants and to spur interaction.

To submit an abstract, please visit during the submission window: 

*Organizing Committee*
*Conference Chair*
Christoph Riedl, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

*Program Chairs*
Jessica Flack, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM
Walter S. Lasecki, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Iain Couzin, Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior & University of 
Konstanz, Germany

*Program Committee*
Sabine Hauert (University of Bristol)
Kevin O'Keeffe (MIT)
Scott Page (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Orit Peleg (University of Colorado Boulder)
Jesse Shore (Boston University)
Thalia Wheatly (Dartmouth College)
Sang Won Lee (Virginia Tech)

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