Human-Computer Interaction and Collective Intelligence
Jeffrey P. Bigham, Michael S. Bernstein, and Eytan Adar

Human-computer interaction (HCI) works to understand and to design interactions between people and machines. Increasingly, human collectives are using technology to gather together and coordinate. This mediation occurs through volunteer and interest- based communities on the web, through paid online marketplaces, and through mobile devices.

Pre-print: PDF, to appear 2015 as a chapter in the Collective Intelligence Handbook, MIT Press, edited by Thomas W. Malone and Michael S. Bernstein