Date: October 4th 2013

October 7: Hotel block cut-off date
October 11: Late registration deadline

Dear AAAI Members,

We hope to see you at the First AAAI Conference on Human Computation & Crowdsourcing (HCOMP-13), to be held November 6-9, 2013 in Palm Springs, California. If you have not already registered, the late registration deadline is Friday, October 11 at

HCOMP-13 has reserved a small block of rooms at the conference hotel, the Renaissance Palm Springs. Conference attendees must contact the hotel directly. Please identify yourself as an "HCOMP-13" attendee to qualify for the reduced rates. The cut-off date for making reservations at the reduced conference rate is Monday, October 7. Please see for complete information on how to reserve your room.

The overall schedule of events is as follows:

November 6: HCOMP-13 Opening Reception
November 7-8: HCOMP-13 Technical Program
November 6 and 9: CrowdCamp 2013
November 9: HCOMP-13 Tutorial and Workshop Day

W1: Crowdsourcing at Scale (Full Day)
W2: Disco: Human and Machine Learning in Games (Full Day)
W3: Scaling Speech, Language Understanding and Dialogue through Crowdsourcing (Half-Day pm)

T1: Incentives in Human Computation (Half-Day am)
Arpita Ghosh (Cornell University)

For complete registration information, please go to the HCOMP-13 registration site at or you can go directly to the online form at to complete your registration.

Please feel free to contact us at if you have any questions. We look forward to your participation at HCOMP-13!


Carol Hamilton
Executive Director, AAAI

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