Position Papers

Jesse Josua Benjamin, Claudia Muller-Birn, and Rony Ginosar – Towards Mediation of Meaning in Algorithmic Systems

 

Hao Fei Cheng, F. Maxwell Harper, and Haiyi Zhu – Designing User Interfaces to Help Non-Expert Stakeholders Understand Decision-Making Algorithms

 

Catherine Grevet Delcourt – The Singularity as a Social Computing Issue

 

Fernando A. Delgado – Searching for Models: Collaboration and Participation in Algorithmic Ecosystems

 

Desmond Dinkins et al. – Using Participatory Approaches to Uncover Privacy Norms With Marginalized Communities

 

Daniel S. Griffin – Participation and Power through Algorithmic Imaginaries

 

Aaron Halfaker and Stuart Geiger – Community Literacy of Machine Learning: Engineering practical support for participatory design and auditing

 

Leah Horgan and Sanna Ali – Who Defines Hate? Algorithmic Detection of Hate and Extremism

 

Ian G. Johnson – Participation as Collaboration: The Case of Data-driven Policymaking

 

Michael J. Lee – Participation and Algorithms in an Online Educational Game

 

Elijah Mayfield and Alan W. Black – Constraining Decision-Making Over Time with Categories and Policies

 

Samir Passi – Collaboration as Participation: The Many Faces in a Corporate Data Science Project

 

Alessandro Piscopo – Wikidata: A New Paradigm of Human-Bot Collaboration?

 

Morgan Klaus Scheuerman and Jed R. Brubaker – Gender is not a Boolean: Towards Designing Algorithms to Understand Complex Human Identities

 

Preeti Srinivasan and Anne Oeldorf-Hirsch – React, Share, Tweet: Re-defining Engagement in the Social Media Landscape

 

Ruotong Wang, F. Maxwell Harper, and Haiyi Zhu – How Self-Interest Affects Perceived Fairness of Algorithmic Decision Making

 

Adam Wight – Enriching judgment as a new dimension in Wikipedia

 

Lei (Nico) Zheng and Jeffery V. Nickerson – Understanding the Algorithmic Nature of Human Behavior by Analyzing Interactions in Wikipedia

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