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Revisiting Citizen Science Through the Lens of Hybrid Intelligence

2021-04-30 12:55:44
Janet Rafner, Miroslav Gajdacz, Gitte Kragh, Arthur Hjorth, Anna Gander, Blanka Palfi, Aleks Berditchevskaia, François Grey, Kobi Gal, Avi Segal, Mike Walmsley, Josh Aaron Miller, Dominik Dellerman, Muki Haklay, Pietro Michelucci, Jacob Sherson

Abstract

tract: Artificial Intelligence (AI) can augment and sometimes even replace human cognition. Inspired by efforts to value human agency alongside productivity, we discuss the benefits of solving Citizen Science (CS) tasks with Hybrid Intelligence (HI), a synergetic mixture of human and artificial intelligence. Currently there is no clear framework or methodology on how to create such an effective mixture. Due to the unique participant-centered set of values and the abundance of tasks drawing upon both human common sense and complex 21st century skills, we believe that the field of CS offers an invaluable testbed for the development of HI and human-centered AI of the 21st century, while benefiting CS as well. In order to investigate this potential, we first relate CS to adjacent computational disciplines. Then, we demonstrate that CS projects can be grouped according to their potential for HI-enhancement by examining two key dimensions: the level of digitization and the amount of knowledge or experience required for participation. Finally, we propose a framework for types of human-AI interaction in CS based on established criteria of HI. This "HI lens" provides the CS community with an overview of several ways to utilize the combination of AI and human intelligence in their projects. It also allows the AI community to gain ideas on how developing AI in CS projects can further their own field.

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https://arxiv.org/abs/2104.14961

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https://arxiv.org/pdf/2104.14961


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