The 136th RCKC Colloquium "Human computation: how we can harness the power of human intelligence" by Assoc. Prof. Yukino Baba

Title Human computation: how we can harness the power of human intelligence
Speaker Junior Assistant Prof. Yukino Baba, Ph.D (Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University)
Date Monday September 26th, 2016, 11:00-12:00
Location Meeting Room for Joint Research 1 on the 3rd floor of ULIS bldg. in Kasuga Area
Abstract Human computation focuses on incorporating people for problem solving when neither humans nor machines can tackle the problem individually. Abilities possessed by humans such as intelligence, perception, and physical activities along with machine computations can contribute to solving difficult problems. In this talk, I would like to introduce the basic concept of human computation and several artificial intelligence methods for aggregating human responses and discovering experts from crowds.
Participation The seminar will be presented in Japanese. No charge to participate and no reservation is needed. Participation in the discussion is optional.


The 136th Colloquium poster