CI Conference 2020, Copenhagen Business School & Northeastern University

CIU is happy to announce the eight edition of the interdisciplinary ACM Collective Intelligence conference dedicated to advancing our understanding of collective intelligence. The conference will take place at Copenhagen Business School in Copenhagen and at Northeastern University in Boston, MA with a Multi-Site Format in which both locations will host conferences simultaneously on June 18-19, 2020. To read more on the Conference you can visit their dedicated website: https://ci2020.weebly.com/

We cordially invite you to submit an extended abstract to the eighth Collective Intelligence (CI) Conference, sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI). How to submit your abstract: We accept four-page extended abstracts of Original Research or Demonstration. More details here: https://ci2020.weebly.com/calls.html

Northeastern University and the Copenhagen Business School are pleased to announce the first multi-site CI conference on the 18-19 June 2020. This bidirectional conference is taking place simultaneously in Copenhagen, Denmark and Boston, Massachusetts.

Crowd Predictions Conference 2020, Copenhagen Business School

CIU is proud to announce the third and last conference on collective intelligence and the predictive abilities of crowds in the Nordic countries. This year’s conference will be merged with the CI Conference 2020 on June 18-19 and speakers will provide rich insights in the emerging fields of collective intelligence.

Collective Intelligence Unit is proud to announce the third conference in the Nordics on crowd predictions.This year’s conference will be hosted in the morning before the CI Conference on June 18 and speakers will provide rich insights in the emerging fields of collective intelligence.

The conference has been brought to you by the Collective Intelligence Unit at CBS and supported by the Danish Industry Foundation .

Our affiliated scholar, Steven Gray, publishes in Nature Sustainability

Collective Intelligence Unit is mentioned in Nature Sustainability alongside the work of our good colleague and affiliated scholar with CIU, Associate Professor Steven Gray. The article “Wisdom of stakeholder crowds in complex social–ecological systems” by Payam Aminpour, Steven Gray, Antonie J. Jetter, Joshua E. Introne, Alison Singer & Robert Arlinghaus explores the potential of harnessing the collective intelligence of resource stakeholders for sustainable management of natural resources.

Collective Intelligence Unit is mentioned in Nature Sustainability alongside the work of our good colleague and affiliated scholar with CIU, Associate Professor Steven Gray. The article “Wisdom of stakeholder crowds in complex social–ecological systems” by Payam Aminpour, Steven Gray, Antonie J. Jetter, Joshua E. Introne, Alison Singer & Robert Arlinghaus explores the potential of harnessing the collective intelligence of resource stakeholders for sustainable management of natural resources.