CSE280H: Seminar in Human Computation Systems

Covers advanced topics and current research in the general area of human computation. Material is drawn from several disciplines that involve or deal with human computation, including computer vision, human-computer interaction, databases, and machine learning. The course comprises presentations from faculty, enrolled students, and external visitors. Enrollment restricted to graduate students.

2 credits

Year Fall Winter Spring Summer

Formerly CMPS 280H

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