Stall Catchers is a citizen science game, developed by the Human Computation Institute as part of the EyesOnALZ project in 2016. Funded by a grant from the BrightFocus Foundation, HCI […]
Crowd2Map Tanzania is a crowdsourced initiative aimed at creating a comprehensive map of rural Tanzania, including detailed depictions of all of its villages, roads and public resources (such as schools, […]
EyesOnALZ, a project led by the Human Computation Institute, will be among four projects featured in the premiere episode of The Crowd and The Cloud, a National Public Television mini-series […]
Human Computation Institute is leading an initiative to develop an online Citizen Science platform that will enable the general public to contribute directly to Alzheimer’s Disease research and possibly lead to a […]
Abstract (the full paper is available here as a PDF) Humans are the most effective integrators and producers of information, directly and through the use of information-processing inventions. As these […]
Human Computation published its inaugural issue in October 2014. Technology.org covers the journal launch here.
HC Institute director, Pietro Michelucci, led a multidisciplinary group of world experts in the emerging field of “human computation” in Washington, DC last week to consider the unprecedented capabilities that might arise […]
HC Institute director, Pietro Michelucci, participated in a White House meeting this afternoon to discuss crowd engagement methods that involve game-like elements. This was the first in a series of Washington, DC-based events titled […]