(Poster) Paper #4: Toward a Local Perspective on Online Collaboration.
Hani Safadi*, McGill University
Samer Faraj, McGill University

(Poster) Paper #6: Effect of Group Means on the Probability of Consensus.
Yoshiko Arima*, Kyoto Gakuen University
(Poster) Paper #7: Information Spread in a Connected World.
Alon Sela*, Tel Aviv University
Hila Oved, Tel Aviv University
Irad Ben-Gal, Tel Aviv University

(Poster) Paper #10: Positional change analysis reveals phases in bicycle pelotons.
Hugh Trenchard*, Independent researcher
(Poster) Paper #11: The Hazards of Interaction: When Isolation Benefits Performance.
Sheen Levine*, Columbia University
Michael Prietula, Emory University

(Poster) Paper #13: Open Collaboration for Innovation: Principles and Performance.
Sheen Levine*, Columbia University
Michael Prietula, Emory University

(Poster) Paper #14: Crowdsourcing for Participatory Democracies: Efficient Elicitation of Social Choice Functions.
David Lee*, Stanford University
Ashish Goel,
Helene Landemore,
Tanja Aitamurto,

(Poster) Paper #19: Ethnic Diversity Deflates Price Bubbles.
Sheen Levine*, Columbia University
Evan Apfelbaum,
Mark Bernard,
Valerie Bartlett, Texas A&M
David Stark, Columbia University
Edward Zajac, Northwestern University

(Poster) Paper #21: Collective Intelligence versus Team Intelligence.
Andreas Aulinger*, Steinbeis University Berlin
Laura Miller, Steinbeis University Berlin

(Poster) Paper #23: Wisdom of crowds in practice.
Juho Salminen*, LUT
(Poster) Paper #25: Social Technologies for Developing Collective Intelligence in Networked Society .
Aelita Skarzauskiene*, Mykolas Romeris university
Birute Pitrenaite-Zileniene, Mykolas Romeris University
Edgaras Leichteris, Knowledge Economic Forum
Zaneta Paunksniene, Mykolas Romeris University
Monika Maciuliene, Mykolas Romeris University

(Poster) Paper #26: Architectures of Virtual Decision-Making: The Emergence of Gender Discrimination on a Crowdfunding Website.
Jason Radford*, University of Chicago
(Poster) Paper #28: Collective Intelligence in Citizen Science – A Study of Performers and Talkers.
Ramine Tinati*, University Of Southampton
Elena Simperl, University Of Southampton
Markus Luczak-Roesch, University of Southampton
Max Van Kleek, University of Southampton
Nigel Shadbolt, University of Southampton

(Poster) Paper #29: Human Communication Systems Evolve by Cultural Selection.
Nicolas Fay*, University Western Australia
Monica Tamariz, University of Edinburgh
T Mark Ellison, University of Western Australia
Dale Barr, University of Glasgow

(Poster) Paper #30: Less-is-more in a 5-star rating system: an experimental study of human combined decisions in a multi-armed bandit problem.
Wataru Toyokawa*, Hokkaido University
Hye-rin Kim, Hokkaido University
Tatsuya Kameda, Hokkaido University

(Poster) Paper #31: Market-Based Collective Intelligence in Enterprise 2.0 Decision Making.
Henner Gimpel*, KIT
Florian Teschner, KIT

(Poster) Paper #34: Collective intelligence in Massive Online Dialogues.
Taraneh Khazaei*, University of Western Ontario
Lu Xiao, University of Western Ontario

(Poster) Paper #35: When none of us perform better than all of us together: the role of analogical decision rules in groups.
Nicoleta Meslec*, Tilburg University
Petru Curseu, Tilburg University
Marius Meeus, Tilburg University
Oana Fodor (Iederan), Babes-Bolyai

(Poster) Paper #37: When is a crowd wise?.
Clintin Davis-Stober*, University of Missouri
David Budescu, Fordham University
Jason Dana, Yale University
Stephen Broomell, Carnegie Mellon University

(Poster) Paper #38: The Role of Organizational Design in Local Open Government.
Thomas Gegenhuber*, JKU Linz
Stefan Etzelstorfer, JKU Linz
Philipp Allerstorfer, JKU Linz
Wendy Cukier, Ryerson University
Jaigris Hodson, Ryerson University

(Poster) Paper #39: Analytical reasoning task reveals limits of social learning in networks.
Iyad Rahwan*, Masdar Institute
Dmytro Krasnoshtan, Masdar Institute
Azim Shariff,
Jean-Francois Bonnefon,

(Poster) Paper #40: Crowdsourcing the Policy Cycle.
John Prpi_, SFU – Beedie School of Busines
Araz Taeihagh*, University of New South Wales – City Futures Research Centre
James Melton, Central Michigan University – College of Business Administration

(Poster) Paper #42: The Negative Effect of Feedback on Performance in Crowd Labor Tournaments.
Tim Straub, Karlsruhe Institute of Technol
Henner Gimpel*, KIT
Florian Teschner, KIT

(Poster) Paper #43: Crowdsourcing, Dialogue, and Fieldwork – Experiment on creating a vitalization plan in Yokohama bay area using integrated collective intelligence methods –.
Masamichi Takahashi*, Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd.
Minoru Mitsui,
Mihoko Wakui,
Ryoji Horita,

(Poster) Paper #45: The Informative Herd: why humans and other animals imitate more when conditions are adverse.
Alfonso Perez-Escudero*, Cajal Institute (CSIC)
Gonzalo de Polavieja, Cajal Institute (CSIC)

(Poster) Paper #47: Limits of Collective Judgement in Contested Domains: The Case of Conflicting Arguments.
Edmond Awad*, Masdar Institute
Richard Booth, University of Luxembourg
Fernando Tohme, Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Lab (LIDIA), Universidad Nacion
Iyad Rahwan, Masdar Institute

(Poster) Paper #48: Nowcasting the Bitcoin Market with Twitter Signals.
Jermain Kaminski*, MIT Media Lab & Witten/Herdecke University
Peter Gloor, MIT Center for Collective Intelligence

Gonzalo De Polavieja*, Instituto Cajal, CSIC
Gabriel Madirolas,

(Poster) Paper #50: Surfacing Collective Intelligence with Implications for Interface Design in Massive Open Online Courses.
Anna Zawilska*, University of Oxford
Marina Jirotka, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford
Mark Hartswood, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford

(Poster) Paper #51: Transient Leadership and Collective Cell Movement in Early Diverged Multicellular Animals.
Mircea Davidescu*, Princeton University
Iain Couzin, Princeton

(Poster) Paper #52: GEM: A Model for Collective Ideation .
Dorit Geifman*, University of Haifa
Hila Koren, University of Haifa

(Poster) Paper #54: COLLAGREE: A Faciliator-mediated Large-scale Consensus Support System.
Takayuki Ito*, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Yuma Imi, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Takanori Ito, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Eizo Hideshima, Nagoya Institute of Technology

(Poster) Paper #56: An Idea Filtering Method for Open Innovations.
Ana Cristina Garcia*, UFF
Mark Klein, MIT

(Poster) Paper #57: Crowdsourcing on Aligning Expectations between Public Managers and Citizens.
Kevin Desouza*, Arizona State University
Rashmi Krishnamurthy, Arizona State University

(Poster) Paper #58: Similar, Yet Diverse: A Recommender System.
PINAR OZTURK*, Stevens Institute of Technolog
Yue Han, Stevens Institute of Technolog

(Poster) Paper #59: Collective response to perturbations in a data-driven fish school model.
Daniel Calovi*, Universite Paul Sabatier
Paul Schuhmacher, Universite Paul Sabatier, CRCA
Ugo Lopez, Universite Paul Sabatier, CRCA
Clement Sire, Universite Paul Sabatier, LPT
Guy Theraulaz,

(Poster) Paper #61: Collective Innovation: The Known and the Unknown.
Kai Wang*, Stevens Institute Tech
(Poster) Paper #62: Consensus Decision-Making of Bayesian Agents on a Network.
Simon Leblanc*, Princeton University
Colin Twomey, Princeton University

(Poster) Paper #64: Nuts4Nuts: geospatial information from Wikipedia.
Cristian Consonni*, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
(Poster) Paper #65: Not as Smart as We Think: A Study of Collective Intelligence in Virtual Groups.
Jordan Barlow*, Indiana University
Alan Dennis, Indiana University

(Poster) Paper #66: Financial Incentives and the Performance of Crowds: A Closer Look .
Mohammadmahdi Moqri*, UF
Brent Kitchens, University of Florida
Anuj Kumar, University of Florida

(Poster) Paper #67: The Differing Effects of Intelligence in Collaborative Tasks.
Jordan Barlow*, Indiana University
Alan Dennis, Indiana University

(Poster) Paper #68: Understanding the Few that Matter in Online Social Production Communities: The Case of Wikipedia .
Chrysanthos Dellarocas*, Boston University
Mihai Grigore, ETH Zurich
Juliana Sutanto, ETH Zurich
Bernadetta Tarigan, ETH Zurich

(Poster) Paper #69: Error and attack tolerance of collective problem solving: The DARPA Shredder Challenge.
Nicolas Stefanovitch*,
Aamena Alshamsi, Masdar Institute and Science T
Manuel Cebrian,
Iyad Rahwan, Masdar Institute

(Poster) Paper #70: Information processing and the evolution of unresponsiveness in collective systems.
Colin Torney*, University of Exeter
Simon Levin, Princeton University
Iain Couzin, Princeton
tommaso Lorenzi, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie

(Poster) Paper #71: Collective learning and the emergence of producer-scrounger dynamics.
Noam Miller*, Princeton University
Ariana Strandburg-Peshkin, Princeton University
Iain Couzin, Princeton

(Poster) Paper #73: Receptive-field-like models accurately predict individual zebrafish behavior in a group.
Roy Harpaz*, Weizmann Institute of Science
Elad Schneidman, Weizman Institute of Science

(Poster) Paper #74: Collective Search by Group Infotaxis.
Ehud Karpas*, Weizmann Institute of Science
Elad Schneidman, Weizman Institute of Science

(Poster) Paper #75: Leadership in Moving Human Groups.
Margarete Boos*, University of Gottingen
Johannes Pritz, University of Gottingen, Germany
Simon Lange, University of Gottingen, Germany
Michael Belz, University of Gottingen, Germany

(Poster) Paper #76: On Manipulation in Prediction Markets When Participants Influence Outcomes Directly.
Mithun Chakraborty*, Washington Univ. in St. Louis
Sanmay Das, Washington University in St. Louis

(Poster) Paper #77: Collective health policy making in the Catalan Health System: applying Health Consensus to priority setting and policy monitoring .
Tino Marti*, Onsanity
Josep Maria Monguet, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
Alex Trejo, Onsanity
Joan Escarrabill, Hospital Clinic Barcelona
Carles Constante, Department of Health. Generalitat Catalunya

(Poster) Paper #78: Identifying Expertise to Extract the Wisdom of Crowds.
David Budescu*, Fordham University
Eva Chen, University pf Pennsylvania

(Poster) Paper #79: Collaborative Bandits for Modelling Collective Behaviour.
Kristiaan Pelckmans*, UU/IT
(Poster) Paper #80: Personality, Social Strategy, and the Regulation of Public Goods Investment: A Behavioural Ecological Perspective on Variation in Human Economic Behaviour.
Joanna Bryson*, University of Bath
Karolina Sylwester, University of Bath
James Mitchell, University of Bath
Simon Powers, University of Lausanne

(Poster) Paper #81: Translating Sound Adjectives by Collectively Teaching Abstract Representations.
Mark Cartwright*, Northwestern University
Bryan Pardo, Northwestern University

(Poster) Paper #82: Crowd-Sourcing Fuzzy and Faceted Classification for Concept Search.
Richard Absalom, The Hague
Marcus Luczak-Rosch, University of Southampton
Dap Hartmann, Delft University of Technology
Aske Plaat*, Tilburg University

(Poster) Paper #84: Corporate Prediction Markets: Evidence from Google, Ford, and Firm X.
Bo Cowgill*, UC Berkeley
Eric Zitzewtiz, Dartmouth College Economics Department

(Poster) Paper #85: Using Prediction Markets to Incentivize and Measure Collective Knowledge Production.
Thomas Maillart*, UC Berkeley
Didier Sornette, ETH Zurich

(Poster) Paper #88: Participation in Micro-task Crowdsourcing Markets as Work and Leisure: The Impact of Motivation and Micro-time Structuring.
Ling Jiang*, City University of Hong Kong
Christian Wagner, City University of Hong Kong

(Poster) Paper #89: Decision accuracy in complex environments is often maximized by small group sizes.
Albert Kao*, Princeton University
Iain Couzin, Princeton

(Poster) Paper #90: Robustness as A Property of Networks Supporting Change: An Example from Artificial Gene Networks.
Yifei Wang*, University of Bath
Joanna Bryson, University of Bath
Nicholas Priest, University of Bath

(Poster) Paper #91: Selective Pressure for the Divergence in Decision and Experienced Utility.
Paul Rauwolf*, University of Bath
Joanna Bryson, University of Bath

(Poster) Paper #93: Home Is Where the Up-Votes Are: Behavior Changes in Response to Feedback in Social Media.
Sanmay Das, Washington University in St. Louis
Allen Lavoie*, Washington University in St. Louis

(Poster) Paper #94: A Computational Model of Crowds for Collective Intelligence.
John Prpi_*, SFU – Beedie School of Busines
Piper Jackson, Simon Fraser University – Modelling of Complex Social Systems Program
Thai Nguyen, Simon Fraser University – Computing Science

(Poster) Paper #95: WeDo: Exploring Participatory, End-To-End Collective Action.
Haoqi Zhang, Northwestern University
Andres Monroy-Hernandez, Microsoft Research
Aaron Shaw*, Northwestern University
Sean Munson, University of Washington
Liz Gerber, Northwestern University
Benjamin Mako Hill, University of Washington
Peter Kinnaird, Carnegie Mellon University
Shelly Farnham, Microsoft Research
Patrick Minder, University of Zurich

(Poster) Paper #96: Laboratories of Oligarchy? How the Iron Law Extends to Peer Production.
Aaron Shaw*, Northwestern University
Benjamin Mako Hill, University of Washington

(Poster) Paper #99: Leveraging Diversity in Intercultural Creative Teams.
Julia Haines*, University of California, Irvi
(Poster) Paper #100: Inferring Social Structure and Dominance Relationships Between Rhesus macaques using RFID Tracking Data.
Hanuma Teja Maddali*, Georgia Inst. of Technology
Michael Novitzky, Georgia Institute of Technology
Brian Hrolenok, Georgia Institute of Technology
Daniel Walker, Georgia Institute of Technology
Tucker Balch, Georgia Institute of Technology
Kim Wallen, Emory University

(Poster) Paper #103: Dispersion and Line Formation in Artificial Swarm Intelligence.
Donghwa Jeong, Case Western Reserve Univ.
Kiju Lee*, Case Western Reserve Univ

(Poster) Paper #104: It’s Contagious: Modeling Information Transmission in Collective Groups.
Amanda Chicoli*, University of Maryland
Derek Paley, University of Maryland

(Poster) Paper #105: Popularity and Performance: A Large-Scale Study.
Peter Krafft*, MIT
Julia Zheng, MIT
Erez Shmueli, MIT
Nicolas Della Penna, Australian National University
Josh Tenenbaum, MIT
Sandy Pentland, MIT

(Poster) Paper #106: Theory of Mind Predicts Collective Intelligence.
David Engel*, MIT
Anita Woolley, Carnegie Mellon
Lisa Jing, MIT
Chris Chabris, Union College
Thomas Malone, MIT

(Poster) Paper #107: Eventiful: Crowdsourcing Local News Reporting.
Elena Agapie*, Microsoft Research
Andres Monroy-Hernandez, Microsoft Research

(Poster) Paper #108: Capturing collective conflict dynamics with sparse social circuits.
Edward Lee *, Wisconsin Institute for Discov
Bryan Daniels, University of Wisconsin Madison
Jessica Flack, University of Wisconsin Madison
David Krakauer, University of Wisconsin Madison

(Poster) Paper #109: Criticality and information flow in an adaptive system.
Bryan Daniels*, University of WisconsinMadison
Jessica Flack, University of Wisconsin Madison
David Krakauer, University of Wisconsin Madison

(Poster) Paper #113: Social Learning in Team Decision Making.
Joong Bum Rhim*, MIT
Vivek Goyal, Boston University

Jose Uribe*, Columbia Business School
Dan Wang,

(Poster) Paper #116: “Organizational Impacts of Crowdsourcing: What Happens with “”Not Invented Here”” Ideas?”.
Natalia Levina*, New York University
Anne Laure Fayard, NYU Poly
Emmanouil Gkeredakis, Warwick Business School

(Poster) Paper #118: Lessons Learned from an Experiment in Crowdsourcing Complex Citizen Engineering Tasks with Amazon Mechanical Turk.
Matthew Staffelbach*, Notre Dame
Peter Sempolinski, Notre Dame
David Hachen, Notre Dame
Ahsan Kareem, Notre Dame
Tracy Kijewski-Correa, Notre Dame
Douglas Thain, Notre Dame
Daniel Wei, Notre Dame
Greg Madey, Notre Dame

(Poster) Paper #119: Coupled Models of Cognition and Action: Behavioral Phenotypes in the Collective.
Stephanie Goldfarb*, HRL Laboratories
Vincent De Sapio, HRL Laboratories
Rajan Bhattacharyya, HRL Laboratories

(Poster) Paper #120: Facts and Figuring: An Experimental Investigation of Network Structure and Performance in Information and Solution Spaces.
Jesse Shore, Boston University
Ethan Bernstein*, Harvard Business School
David Lazer, Northeastern University

(Poster) Paper #122: Composing and Analyzing Crowdsourcing Workflows.
Panos Ipeirotis*, NYU
Thomas Malone, MIT
Greg Little, Digital Monk

(Poster) Paper #123: Social diffusion and global drift in adaptive social networks.
Hiroki Sayama*, Binghamton University
(Poster) Paper #124: Modeling dynamic network evolution in the context of strategic change.
Kenneth Foster*, Rotman School of Management
(Poster) Paper #125: Interval Elicitation of Forecasts in a Prediction Market Reveals Lack of Anchoring Bias.
Kenneth Olson*, George Mason University
Kathryn Laskey, George Mason University
Charles Twardy,

(Poster) Paper #126: Trade-based Asset Model using Dynamic Junction Tree for Combinatorial Prediction Markets.
WEI SUN*, George Mason University
Kathryn Laskey, George Mason University
Charles Twardy,
Robin Hanson, George Mason University
Brandon Goldfedder, Gold Brand Software

(Poster) Paper #127: New measures for evaluating creativity in scientific publications.
Simona Doboli*, Hofstra University
Fanshu Zhao, Hofstra University
Alex Doboli, Stony Brook University

(Poster) Paper #128: Transparency and Coordination in Peer Production .
Laura Dabbish*, Carnegie Mellon University
Colleen Stuart, Johns Hopkins University
Jason Tsay, Carnegie Mellon University
Jim Herbsleb, Carnegie Mellon University

(Poster) Paper #129: Navigating Robot Swarms Using Collective Intelligence Learned from Golden Shiner Fish.
Grace Gao, University of Illinois at Urba
Grace Gao*, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

(Poster) Paper #130: Collective intelligence in journalism: Extended search, blended responsibility, and ruptured ideals.
Tanja Aitamurto*, UC Berkeley
(Poster) Paper #131: Representations Evolve to Minimise Production Perplexity.
T. Mark Ellison*, University Western Australia
Nicolas Fay, University Western Australia

(Poster) Paper #132: The Mythical Swing Voter.
David Rothschild*, Microsoft Research
Sharad Goel,
andrew Gelman,
Doug Rivers,

(Poster) Paper #133: To Crowdfund Or Not.
Liz Gerber*, Northwestern University
Julie Hui, Northwestern University

(Poster) Paper #134: Collective Innovation in Open Source Hardware.
Harris Kyriakou*, Stevens Inst. of Technology
Jeffrey Nickerson, Stevens Institute of Technology

(Poster) Paper #135: Discovering New Sentiments from the Social Web.
Juan Galan-Paez*, University of Sevilla
Joaquin Borrego-Diaz, University of Seville

(Poster) Paper #139: Meme creation and sharing processes: individuals shaping the masses.
Ian Miller*, University of Toronto
Gerald Cupchik, University of Toronto

(Poster) Paper #140: From Local Ecological Knowledge to Collective Ecological Intelligence: Monitoring Water Wells in Indonesia.
Marc Bohlen*, University at buffalo
ilya maharika, universitas islam indonesia

(Poster) Paper #141: Information Transfer in Swarms with Leaders.
Louis Rossi*, University of Delaware
(Demo) Paper #41: Timebanking with a Smartphone Application.
Kyungsik (Keith) Han*, Pennsylvania State University
Patrick Shih, The Pennsylvania State University
Victoria Bellotti, Palo Alto Research Center
John Carroll,

(Demo) Paper #44: Rapid Foresight: a New Tool for Collective Vision Design.
Pavel Luksha*, Moscow School of Management SK
(Demo) Paper #97: lynks – introducing a new breed of plug and play interactive network visuals.
Ulrich Mans*, Leiden University
Gideon Shimshon, Leiden University
Eelke Heemskerk, University of Amsterdam

(Demo) Paper #102: A User Interface for Outline Co-creation.
Mark Sales*, Stormweaver Programming
(Demo) Paper #110: Proposal for a Survey and Interviews of Participants at the 2014 CI Conference.
John (Jock) McClellan*, Quinebaug Valley Community Col
(Demo) Paper #117: SciCast: Collective Forecasting of Innovation.
Charles Twardy,
Robin Hanson, George Mason University
Kathryn Laskey*, George Mason University