Crowd Science Workshop on WSDM 2023 : WSDM 2023 Crowd Science Workshop on Collaboration of Humans and Learning Algorithms for Data Labeling
Call For Papers
Crowdsourcing has been used to produce impactful and large-scale datasets for Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI), such as ImageNET, SuperGLUE, etc. Since the rise of crowdsourcing in the early 2000s, the AI community has been studying its computational, system design, and data-centric aspects from various angles at such workshops as CSS, CrowdML, DCAI, and HILL.
This workshop focuses on improving the welfare of the invisible labeling crowd force behind the AI, i.e., the crowdworkers.
# Focus Areas
We welcome studies that focus on the following (non-exhaustive) list of topics:
- developing and enhancing crowdworker-centric tools that offer task matching, requester assessment, and instruction validation, among other topics;
— active learning techniques, methods for joint learning from noisy data and from crowds, novel approaches for crowd-computer interaction, repetitive task automation, and role separation between humans and machines;
- designing and applying such techniques in various domains, including e-commerce and medicine.
# Guidelines and Submission
Find format guidelines and submit a paper!
Submissions due: January 5, 2023
Notifications due: February 1, 2023
Workshop date: March 3, 2023
# Paper Presentation
At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the main conference, WSDM 2023, to present their work.
# Invited Speakers
Ujwal Gadiraju, Delft University of Technology
Djellel Difallah, NYU Abu Dhabi
- Dmitry Ustalov, Toloka, Belgrade, Serbia
- Saiph Savage, Northeastern University Boston, MA, USA
- Niels van Berkel, University of Aalborg Aalborg, Denmark
- Yang Liu, University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, USA
- Alisa Smirnova, Toloka, Lucerne, Switzerland
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