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Program

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The program follows Central European Time

Day 1 – Tuesday, June 29, 2021

 

13.45-14.00: Welcome to CBS

 

14.05-14.45: Thought piece

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15.00-16.00: RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS - Experts in the crowd       

     

Chaired by Sabine Brunswicker

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16.15-17.15: PANEL - Psychology, Behavior, and Information Systems – Translating Collective Intelligence into Action

Hosted by Jan vom Brocke  – Program Chair

  • Brian Fitzgerald - “Crowdsourcing Software Development: Two’s Company, 1.6 is a Crowd”

  • Alan Hevner - “Challenges of Collective Design”

  • Peter Mohr - “Collective Intelligence and Attention”

 

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17.15-17.45: Break

17.45-18.45: RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS - Collective intelligence, technology, and algorithms

Chaired by Jason Burton

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19.00-20.15: PANEL - Biology, Neuroscience, and Algorithms

Hosted by Deborah M. Gordon – Program Chair   

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20.30-21.30: RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS - Collective intelligence in dynamic teams

 

Chaired by Takayuki Ito

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21.45-22.45: PANEL - Control, Communication, and Cybernetics - From Citizen Science to Citizen Intelligence

Hosted by Kevin Crowston – Program Chair   

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Day 2 – Wednesday, June 30, 2021

12.45-13.45: PANEL - Collective Intelligence in Practice: Business Potential and Value Creation for Society

Hosted by Markus Helfert, – Corporate Relations Chair

  • Adelya Alisherovna Fatykhova, SAP

  • Cornel Klein, Siemens

  • Gar T. MacCriosta, HSE

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14.00-15.00: RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS Applied CI

Chaired by Ralf Kurvers

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15.15-16.15: PANEL - Ecosystems, Global Economy, and Society

Hosted by Caroline de la Porte  – Program Chair

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16.30-17.30: RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS - Social Challenges arising from Collective Intelligence

Chaired by Anita Wooley

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17.30-18.00: Break

18.00-19.00: PANEL - Strategy, Management, and Collaboration 

Hosted by Arvind Malhotra – Program Chair

  • Arvind Malhotra - “Collective Production Process to Unleash Collective Intelligence”

  • Christian Wagner - “Resolving Mysteries of Collective Intelligence”

  • Hila Lifshitz-Assaf - “Accelerating Collective Innovation Without Killing It”

  • Oliver Alexy  - “Creating Innovation Ecosystems to Deploy Deep Tech”

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19.15-20.15: RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS - Collective Intelligence for Collective Gains

Chaired by Alin Coman

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20.30-21.00: Closing remarks

Poster sessions

 

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Graphic facilitator Kirstine from TUSAMOTUS will be performing real time graphic recording during the conference’s six panels. That means she will be sketching out the key takeaways from each panel as it takes place. See more of her work at tusamotus.com or @tusamotus on instagram."

Links to the visual recordings

Panel 1: Psychology, Behavior, and Information Systems – Translating Collective Intelligence into Action

 

Panel 2: Biology, Neuroscience, and Algorithms

Panel 3: Control, Communication, and Cybernetics - From Citizen Science to Citizen Intelligence

Panel 4: Collective Intelligence in Practice: Business Potential and Value Creation for Society

Panel 5: Ecosystems, Global Economy, and Society

Panel 6: Strategy, Management, and Collaboration 

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