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Information Day on Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation, 19 September 2012

Information Day on Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation, 19 September 2012

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  • 1. Large scale cooperation and deliberation Piero Fraternali, Politecnico di MilanoGregorio Convertino, Antonietta Grasso, Xerox Research Center Europe Fabio Casati, Università di Trento[based on the results of the LS Coop Workshop 2012]
  • 2. Definition & Processes• LS C&D is about enabling large crowds to contribute ideas, cooperatively select the best proposals, and turn these into implemented services, facilities, or products. Contribute Review Select
  • 3. Issues (some..)• Contribute – Engagement mechanisms – “Open” (e.g., based on popular SN) vs “closed” ad hoc interfaces• Review – Intermediation (facilitator) vs self-organization – Review process organization (community self-assessment, real- time filtering, deferred post-processing) – Duplicate detection, aggregation• Select – Detection/aversion of malicious behavior, bias, herding – End-to-end transparency of the selection process
  • 4. Why scale matters• Volume vs added-value (M. Klein, MIT) – Redundancy: Google project10tothe100 generated 150,000 ideas, mostly variants of each other  3,000 volunteers - 9 months to identify top ideas – Lock-in/cumulative advantage: users tend to rate only popular ideas, ignoring potentially superior ones – Volume vs depth: users tend to submit many simple ideas, instead of a few detailed ones  no mechanism for collaborative refinement• Approaches – Argument mapping, deliberation analytics, personalized recommendations
  • 5. Tools (examples)• Ideascale • MIT DeliberatoriumSimple, voting-based, scalable Structured, argument mapping based Crowd tasks deployed over any SN [A. Bozzon, M. Brambilla, S. Ceri: Answering search queries with CrowdSearcher. WWW 2012 ]
  • 6. For more info, ideas, contacts…• http://coop2012.xrce.xerox.com/
  • 7. For more info, ideas, contacts…• http://coop2012.xrce.xerox.com/