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Applications: Computer Science, Management Science, Transportation Research Methodologies: Artificial Intelligence, Decision Science, Human-Computer Interaction, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing Relevant Projects:



Human Computation Journal Associate Editor; HCOMP 2015 Program Committee; ASSETS 2015 Program Committee

Walter S. Lasecki

Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering


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My lab creates systems that use a combination of both human and machine computation to solve problems quickly and reliably. We have introduced the idea of continuous real-time crowdsourcing, as well as the ‘crowd agent’ model, which uses computer-mediated groups of people submitting input simultaneously to create a collective intelligence capable of completing tasks better than any constituent member.