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Agreement and Relational Justice: A Perspective from Philosophy and Sociology of Law [chapter]

Pompeu Casanovas
2012 Agreement Technologies  
Agreement seems the most natural way to build up and implementing regulations and justice within human-machine interfaces (natural and artificial societies), and might help to bridge the gap between both  ...  ) Agreement as concurrence:  ...  I am grateful to John Zeleznikow and Pauline Stanton for their kind invitation at Victoria University, Melbourne, where  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-5583-3_2 fatcat:yln2c4alwrc2thkmtmshi63tde

Personality Matters: Balancing for Personality Types Leads to Better Outcomes for Crowd Teams

Ioanna Lykourentzou, Angeliki Antoniou, Yannick Naudet, Steven P Dow
2016 Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing - CSCW '16  
For relatively short-lived assignments, like those of online crowdsourcing, personality matching could provide a simple, scalable strategy for effective team formation.  ...  Results show that balancing for personality leads to significantly better performance on a collaborative task.  ...  I took the liberty of adding a slogan to the scenario! Feel free to change it if you disagree!" . . .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2818048.2819979 dblp:conf/cscw/LykourentzouAND16 fatcat:otwrpltqafasfghg4bzthrf47y

Refining Linked Data with Games with a Purpose

Irene Celino, Gloria Re Calegari, Andrea Fiano
2019 Data Intelligence  
In this paper, we present an open source software framework to build Games with a Purpose for linked data refinement, i.e., Web applications to crowdsource partial ground truth, by motivating user participation  ...  We also introduce our approach for incremental truth inference over the contributions provided by players of Games with a Purpose (also abbreviated as GWAP): we motivate the need for such a method with  ...  Let's consider the multinomial classification of N tasks with L admissible labels, with a minimum of p agreeing labels per task.  ... 
doi:10.1162/dint_a_00056 fatcat:664rhh32nbdlddhmry4k6quz2a

Every team deserves a second chance: an extended study on predicting team performance

Leandro Soriano Marcolino, Aravind S. Lakshminarayanan, Vaishnavh Nagarajan, Milind Tambe
2016 Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems  
We analyze the prediction accuracy for three different teams with different levels of diversity and strength, and show that the prediction works significantly better for a diverse team.  ...  to classify sets of items.  ...  The authors would like to thank Chao Zhang and Amulya Yadav for useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10458-016-9348-2 fatcat:crwesyelobgefe5j3kzo33eeqy

Fostering parent–child dialog through automated discussion suggestions

Adrian Boteanu, Sonia Chernova, David Nunez, Cynthia Breazeal
2016 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
In particular, repeated studies have shown that reading aloud to children and providing opportunities for them to discuss the stories that they hear is of utmost importance to later academic success.  ...  The development of early literacy skills has been critically linked to a child's later academic success.  ...  We asked workers to evaluate individual suggestions using a ten agree/disagree questions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-016-9176-8 fatcat:giknlj7dr5gqnetlvd66f3fihq

Full Characterization of Adaptively Strong Majority Voting in Crowdsourcing [article]

Margarita Boyarskaya, Panos Ipeirotis
2021 arXiv   pre-print
A commonly used technique for quality control in crowdsourcing is to task the workers with examining an item and voting on whether the item is labeled correctly.  ...  We provide closed-form equations for the key properties of this voting process – namely, for the quality of the results, the expected number of votes to completion, the variance of the required number  ...  In other words, any sample of workers is likely to agree, so a series of δ votes is likely to be enough to reach a δ majority.  ... 
arXiv:2111.06390v1 fatcat:qpflspyxyzdbppco76xqgc3dsq

Approximating the crowd

Şeyda Ertekin, Cynthia Rudin, Haym Hirsh
2014 Data mining and knowledge discovery  
Algorithms that approximate the crowd can intelligently stretch a limited budget for a crowdsourcing task.  ...  In particular, the first algorithm makes a statistical independence approximation of the labelers for large crowds, whereas the second algorithm finds a lower bound on how often the current sub-crowd agrees  ...  CrowdSense Let us first model the labelers' quality estimates as a measure of their agreement with the crowd majority.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10618-014-0354-1 fatcat:c4ez26ewffes5h3vjwwr6mrfdi

Analyzing the Keystroke Dynamics of Web Identifiers

Andrew G. West
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM on Web Science Conference - WebSci '17  
To gain perspective on the speed and correctness of name entry, we crowdsource the typing of 51,000+ web identifiers.  ...  Uniqueness requirements, a desire for short strings, and an absence of delimiters often constrain this name selection process.  ...  From crowdsourced measurements we collected 51k typing times, of 28k identifiers, via a distributed workforce of 1.4k participants.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3091478.3091482 dblp:conf/websci/West17 fatcat:wctzc5ix75bcdfsn7juputlavy

Human Computation

Edith Law, Luis von Ahn
2011 Synthesis Lectures on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning  
The output-agreement mechanism, in this case, would work poorly-if players are rewarded for agreeing, then there is a simple cheating strategy for players to state a fact to be true each time and receive  ...  This is a direct consequence of the output-agreement mechanism-needing to agree with his partner, a player's best strategy is to enter common tags that are likely to be entered by any person.  ... 
doi:10.2200/s00371ed1v01y201107aim013 fatcat:fxuui3q2yrgddf5ewih562zgza

Building A User-Centric and Content-Driven Socialbot [article]

Hao Fang
2020 arXiv   pre-print
To illustrate the usage, a mixed-initiative dialog strategy is designed for socialbot conversations on news articles.  ...  To build Sounding Board, we develop a system architecture that is capable of accommodating dialog strategies that we designed for socialbot conversations.  ...  • agree user agrees with the content/bot that's true • disagree user disagrees with the content/bot I don't think so Comment • positive user expresses positive sentiment that's very cool •  ... 
arXiv:2005.02623v1 fatcat:oxsgfakzbzb7njqgfileddlsry

Consistency in physical and on-screen action improves perceptions of telepresence robots

David Sirkin, Wendy Ju
2012 Proceedings of the seventh annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-Robot Interaction - HRI '12  
These studies suggest that synchronized on-screen and in-space gestures significantly improved viewers' interpretation of the action compared to on-screen or in-space gestures alone, and that in-space  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank Eric Kent, Rebecca Currano and Samson Phan, who were core members of the research team, and the HPI-Stanford Design Thinking Research Program for funding support.  ...  "I'm surprised" "Let me look closer" "I disagree" "That was funny" "Let's look over there" "My feelings are hurt" "What's down there?" "I agree" "I'm thinking" 2.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2157689.2157699 dblp:conf/hri/SirkinJ12 fatcat:rnmn7avzkvenbakks2htpundt4

Detecting influencers in social media discussions

Sara Rosenthal
2014 XRDS Crossroads The ACM Magazine for Students  
Our components are author traits, agreement, claims, argumentation, persuasion, credibility, and certain dialog patterns.  ...  We then show the method and experiments for classifying each component.  ...  It is also possible for a person to neither agree nor disagree with those posts. Henceforth we refer to these three possibilities as (dis)agreement.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2659889 fatcat:zmrceftbbbbidh3yoru3w3i3ra

Financing of Energy Efficiency Projects

Lars Holstenkamp
2020 Zenodo  
This document shall inspire municipalities to think beyond well-known public funding programmes and not to wait for support schemes, but to act now.  ...  Many municipalities tend to focus on public support programmes and use applicability to such programmes as a filter for project pipelines.  ...  Generally, you may link your project to one of the following global, national or local goals and targets: ■ Paris Agreement The long-term goal agreed upon by the global community is to keep the increase  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4153207 fatcat:6vnjm7rrc5eltfwpmkcahvlswy

Self-Organizing Teams in Online Work Settings [article]

Ioanna Lykourentzou, Federica Lucia Vinella, Faez Ahmed, Costas Papastathis, Konstantinos Papangelis, Vassilis-Javed Khan, Judith Masthoff
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Recent research has proposed algorithms to maximize the performance of such teams by grouping workers according to a set of predefined decision criteria.  ...  We also find that, similarly to machine learning-based self-organization, human SOTs exhibit emergent collective properties, including the presence of an objective function and the tendency to form more  ...  space within fixed timelines.  ... 
arXiv:2102.07421v1 fatcat:bwjaht66hjhpvekg5yuxone62u

Online Handbook of Argumentation for AI: Volume 1 [article]

OHAAI Collaboration: Federico Castagna, Timotheus Kampik, Atefeh Keshavarzi Zafarghandi, Mickaël Lafages, Jack Mumford, Christos T. Rodosthenous, Samy Sá, Stefan Sarkadi, Joseph Singleton, Kenneth Skiba, Andreas Xydis
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The purpose of this handbook is to provide an open access and curated anthology for the argumentation research community.  ...  This volume contains revised versions of the papers selected for the first volume of the Online Handbook of Argumentation for AI (OHAAI).  ...  We owe many thanks to Sanjay Modgil for helping to form the motivation for the handbook, and to Elizabeth Black and Simon Parsons for their advice and guidance that enabled the OHAAI project to come to  ... 
arXiv:2006.12020v1 fatcat:nm44du33f5dhlluueq7srbbvzi
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