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Detailed Schedule

Day1: September 9 (Mon)

● 9:00-10:30 Opening
Opening Speech (Organizers)
Talks by the organizers
 - Sihem Amer-Yahia “Ethical, Legal and Social Issues of Human-in-the-loop Systems”
 - Atsuyuki Morishima “Future-of-Work Platforms”
 - Senjuti Basu Roy “Cross Disciplinary Research”
 - Lei’s talk was moved to the third day due to the delay by Typhoon

● 10:30-10:45 Break

● 10:45-12:30 Lightning talks
 - Andrea Wiggins “Balancing Efficiency and Engagement for Volunteers”
 - Koichiro Yoshida “CrowdWorks: Opportunities for Collaboration with Academia”
 - Jared Kenworthy “Automating the extraction of semantic meaning from text: small teams to crowdsourcing”
 - Raghav Rao “Information Categorization in Crowdsourced Crisis Mapping during the 2010 Haiti Earthquake: A Collective Sensemaking Approach”.
 - Munenari INOGUCHI "Expectations of Human-in-the-Loop in Disaster Response”

● 12:30- 13:30 Lunch

● 13:30-14:00 Demo (Marion Tommasi et al.)

● 14:00-15:30 Discussion by the three working groups

● 15:30-16:30 Lightning talks
 - Abhishek Dubey “Concerns of AI in Cyber-Physical Systems”
 - Sudeepa Roy “Making Database Query Answers Understandable with Explanations and Causality”
 - Saravanan Thirumuruganathan “Make Crowdsourcing Great Again!”
 - Emilie Hoareau “Crowdsourcing in Information Systems Research”
 - Gianluca Demartini. “Improving the Crowd Worker Experience”

● 16:30-18:00 Talks by each group (15 min each)

●18:00 Dinner

Day2: September 10 (Tue)

● 9:00-10:30 Plenary Discussion
Identify seven intellectual challenges and form seven groups

● 10:30-11:00 Lightning talks
 - James Abello “Peeling Fix Points, Waves and Vases: Primitives for Massive Exploration”
 - David Gross Amblard “Towards Skill-aware, Verifiable and Higher-Order FoW (with a bit of Privacy)”
 - Pierre Senellart “Crowdsourcing: An Instance of Intensional Data Management”
 - Yunyao Li “Human-Machine Co-Creation of Explainable AI Models”
 - Dongwon Lee “Toward AI-Powered Workplace Where Humans and Machines Collaborate”

● 11:15-11:30 Break

● 11:30-12:00 Group photo session

● 12:00-13:30 Lunch

● 13:30-14:00 Demo (Shady Elbassuoni and Ria Borromeo)

● 14:00-15:40 Writing Session by the seven IC groups

● 15:40-16:00 Break

● 16:00-16:10 Talk on the current status of the Future of Work reference architecture (Paolo Papotti)

● 16:10-17:00 Writing Session by the seven IC groups

● 17:00-18:00 Presentation by each group (IC1 to IC7) followed by a talk on the current status of CrowdWorks, inc. (Koichiro Yoshida)

● 18:00 Dinner

Day3: September 11 (Wed)

● 9:00-9:45 Prenaly Discussion
What should be written in the report by IC groups.

● 9:45-10:45 Writing Sessions by the IC groups

● 10:45-11:15 Break

● 11:45-12:00 Talks
 - Lei Chen “Human-powered Bigdata and AI: Applications and Benchmarks”
 - Raghav Rao “Management of Digital Evidence: A Police Perspective of Ethical Use of Body Worn Camera”

● 12:00-13:30 LUNCH

● 13:30-21:00 Excursion
 - Hokoku -ji Temple
 - Jomyo-ji with Japanese Tea Ceremony
 - Hachiman-gu Shrine
 Dinner at Japanese style restaurant “Minemoto”

Day4: September 12 (Thu)

● 9:30-10:30 Plenary Discussion
Our next steps and publication venues

● 10:30-11:00 Break

● 11:00-12:00 Writing Sessions by the IC groups

● 12:00 Closing

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