Submissions:2018/JADE: complementing artificial intelligence with human judgment

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This submission has been accepted for WikiConference North America 2018.



Title
JADE: complementing artificial intelligence with human judgment
Theme (optional)
Tech & Tools
Academic Peer Review option
No
Type of submission
Presentation
Author
James Hare
E-mail address
jhare@wikimedia.org
Wikimedia username
Harej (WMF)
Affiliation(s) (optional)
Wikimedia Foundation
Abstract
JADE, the Judgment and Dialogue Engine, is a feature under development that will complement the automatic judgment of the ORES prediction service with thoughtful annotations from human contributors. ORES uses statistical modeling to guess, at massive scale, the quality of articles and edits made to them. On wikis large and small, ORES helps administrators and patrollers do their work more efficiently by automatically triaging incoming tasks – filtering out obvious cases and leaving more subtle ones for human review. However, AI is far from perfect. JADE will allow human contributors to step in and add annotations to pages, article revisions, and individual edits (diffs). These annotations can in turn be used to improve ORES. During this presentation I will explain how JADE works and its potential to make the work of Wikipedians more efficient while giving them a say in how the AI functions.
Length of presentation
15 minutes not including questions, 30 with questions?
Special requests
N/A
Preferred room size
No idea
Have you presented on this topic previously? If yes, where/when?
No
If you will be incorporating a slidedeck during your presentation, do you agree to upload it to Commons before your session, with a CC-BY-SA 4.0 license, including suitable attribution in the slidedeck for any images used?
Yes
Will you attend WikiConference North America if your submission is not accepted?
Yes

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