Bot Literature

Wikipedia Bots

Cosley, D., Frankowski, D., Terveen, L., & Riedl, J. (2007). SuggestBot: Using intelligent task routing to help people find work in Wikipedia. International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Honolulu, HI.

Geiger, R. S. (2011). The lives of bots. In G. Lovink & N. Tkacz (Eds.), Critical point of view: A Wikipedia reader (pp. 78-93). Amsterdam, NL: Institute of Network Cultures.

Geiger, R. S., & Ribes, D. (2010). The work of sustaining order in Wikipedia: The banning of a vandal. Proceedings from the 2010 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Savannah, GA.

Livingstone, R. M. (2012). Network of knowledge: Wikipedia as a sociotechnical system of intelligence. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

Niederer, S., & van Dijck, J. (2010). Wisdom of the crowd or technicity of content? Wikipedia as a sociotechnical system. New Media & Society, 12(8), 1368-1387.

Yuan, Y. C., Cosley, D., Welser, H. T., Xia, L., & Gay, G. (October 01, 2009). The Diffusion of a Task Recommendation System to Facilitate Contributions to an Online Community. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15(1), 32-59.

(Mentions / Comments on Wikipedia Bots)

Priedhorsky, R., Chen, J., Lam, S. K., Panciera, K., Terveen, L., & Riedl, J. (2007). Creating, destroying, and restoring value in Wikipedia.¬†GROUP’07, Sanibel Island, FL.

Bots (in general)

Leonard, A. (1997). Bots: The origin of new species. San Francisco, CA: Hardwired.

Mauldin, M. L. (1994). CHATTERBOTs, TINYMUDs, and the Turing Test: Entering the Loebner Prize competition. AAAI-94, Seattle, WA.