The goal of this workshop is to promote original research and provide a venue for discussion among active researchers in the intersection between human computation and computer vision. Relevant topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Crowdsourcing image and video annotations (e.g., more efficient labeling methods, quality control)
  • Humans in the loop for visual tasks (e.g., recognition, segmentation, tracking, counting, etc).
  • Richer modalities of communication between humans and visual information (e.g., language, 3D pose, attributes)
  • Semi-automated computer vision algorithms
  • Active visual learning

We invite two types of submissions:

  1. Original work not published elsewhere. Papers should be submitted as 4-page extended abstracts (including references) using the provided author kit. Accepted abstracts will be eligible for a best paper award and will be presented as posters with 5-minute spotlights. Dual submissions are not allowed. Reviewing will be double-blind.
  2. Previously published work from a recent conference or journal. Authors should submit an unrevised copy of their published work. Accepted papers will be presented as posters. Reviewing will be single-blind.

There will be no proceedings.

Submission Website:
Author Kit:
Submission Deadline: August 1, 2016 Wednesday August 10, 2016
Notification: Monday August 29, 2016