StarCraft II Judges Wanted

You’re invited to judge the winner of the 2019 StarCraft II ForeCasting Challenge.

14 teams and 280 volunteer participants competed across 3 rounds in a new type of research study from the University of Melbourne’s SWARM Project.

 

Now you can use your StarCraft II experience to pick which team had the better reasoning.

Calling all StarCraft II Players

(no signup required)

An opportunity to use your skills and knowledge to help crown the champion team.

 

 

You can make a contribution to important research

"ForeCasting is a highly useful way to test a team’s analytical reasoning capability on collaborative team-based platforms."

You can make a contribution to important research by participating in ForeCasting Challenges. We have discovered that ForeCasting is a highly useful way to test a team’s analytical reasoning capability on collaborative team-based platforms. In particular because:

  • We gain insight on how expert reasoners (you) use collaborative team-based platforms

  • Your ForeCasts can be assessed on multiple dimensions

  • ForeCast problems useful have an objectively correct answer

  • Players necessarily reason about the current and future actions of other players

Register for future StarCraft II ForeCasting Challenges

An opportunity to test your skills and knowledge, and have your team crowned champion.

You’re invited to register for future StarCraft II ForeCasting Challenges. You’ll join a team and tackle tough ForeCasting problems. This is a new opportunity to test your skills and knowledge, and have your team crowned champion.

Calling all StarCraft II Players

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