Aitamurto, T., Landemore, H. and Saldivar, J. (2016). Unmasking the Crowd: Participants’ Motivation Factors, Expectations, and Profile in a Crowdsourced Law Reform. Information, Communication & Society. In press.
Aitamurto, T. and Landemore, H. (2016) Crowdsourced deliberation: The case of the crowdsourced off-road traffic law in Finland. Policy & Internet, 8 (2) 174-196.
Aitamurto, T. (2015) Motivation factors in crowdsourced journalism: Social Impact, social change, and peer learning. International Journal of Communication. 9 (2015), 3523–3543.
Aitamurto, T. (2015) Crowdsourcing as a knowledge search method in digital journalism: Ruptured ideals and blended responsibility. Digital Journalism, 4 (2) 280-297.
Aitamurto, T. and Landemore, H. (2015) Five design principles for crowdsourced policymaking: Assessing the case of crowdsourced off-road traffic law in Finland. Journal of Social Media for Organizations. 2 (1) 1-19.
Aitamurto, T., Holland, D., and Hussain, S. (2015) The Open Paradigm in Design Research. Design Issues, MIT Press. 31 (4) 17-29.
Aitamurto, T. (2013) Balancing Between Open and Closed: Co–creation in Magazine Journalism. Digital Journalism. 1 (2) pp. 229–251.
Aitamurto, T. &Lewis, S. (2012) Open Innovation in Digital Journalism: Examining the Impact of Open APIs at Four News Organizations. New Media&Society. 15(2) pp. 314–331
Aitamurto, T. (2011) The Impact of Crowdfunding On Journalism: Case Study of Spot.Us. Journalism Practice 5(4), pp. 429–445.
Aitamurto, T. (2011) The new role of nonprofit organizations: From middleman to a platform organization. National Civic Review. 100 (1).
Aitamurto, T. (2004). Kun tavallinen tappaa. Sosiaalisen ongelman käsittely Heinojen surman herättämässä mediamyrskyssä. Nuorisotutkimus. 23 (4) 4-18. This article is based on my thesis for Master's degree in Social Sciences and Master's degree in Humanities.
ARCHIVAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Aitamurto, T. (2016) Crowdsourced democratic deliberation in open policymaking: Definition, promises, challenges. International Reports on Socio-Informatics (IRSI), Proceedings of the CSCW 2016 – Workshop: Toward a Typology of Participation in Crowdwork 13 (1) 67-78. San Francisco, CA, United States.
Aitamurto, T. (2016) Collective Intelligence in Law Reforms: When the Logic of the Crowds and the Logic of Policymaking Collide. 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Kauai, January 5-8, 2016. IEEE Transactions, pp. 2780-2789.
Lee, D., Goel, A., Aitamurto, T. and Landemore, H. (2014). Crowdsourcing for Participatory Democracies: Efficient Elicitation of Social Choice Functions. HCOMP 2014, the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Notable Paper Award.
Aitamurto, T., & Landemore, H. (2013) Democratic participation and deliberation in crowdsourced legislative processes: The case of the law on off-road traffic in Finland. Conference on Communities and Technologies. Workshop: Large-Scale Idea Management and Deliberation Systems. July 2013, Technische Universtitat, Munich, Germany.
Aitamurto, T. (2012) Crowdsourcing for Democracy: New Era In Policy–Making. Publications of the Committee for the Future, Parliament of Finland 1/2012. Helsinki, Finland.
Aitamurto, T. (2012) Joukkoistaminen demokratiassa: Poliittisen päätöksenteon uusi aika. Eduskunnan tulevaisuusvaliokunnan julkaisuja 1/2012.
Aitamurto, T.; Heikka, T.; Kilpinen, P. & Posio, M. (2011) Uusi kultakausi - kuinka sosiaalinen media muuttaa kaiken. New golden era - How social media will change everything. Published by Barrikadi, WSOY. The book discusses the unraveling of traditional institutions, and the impact of social media on democratic processes (in Finnish).
Aitamurto, T. (2016) Crowdsourcing in open journalism: Benefits, challenges, and value creation. In eds. Bob Franklin and Scott A. Eldridge II. The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies. Routledge: London. In press.
Aitamurto, T. (2015) The role of crowdfunding as a business model in journalism: A five-layered model of value creation. In Crowdfunding the Future: Media Industries, Ethics and Digital Society. Eds. Bertha Chin, Lucy Bennett, and Bethan Jones. pp. 189-205. Peter Lange, New York.
Aitamurto, T. (2013) Crowdsourcing in policy-making. In the Open Book. pp. 18–21. Edited by Kaitlyn Braybrooke, Jussi Nissila and Timo Vuorikivi. Finnish Institute of London.
REPORTS AND WHITE PAPERS
Aitamurto, T., Landemore, H., Lee, D. & Goel, A. (2014) Crowdsourced Off-Road Traffic Law Experiment In Finland. Report about idea crowdsourcing and evaluation. Publications of the Committee for the Future, the Parliament of Finland. 1/2014. Helsinki, Finland.
Aitamurto, T., E. Sirkkunen, and P. Lehtonen. (2011) Trends in Data Journalism. Technical Research Center of Finland (VTT). Espoo, Finland.
Aitamurto, T., Leiponen, A. & Tee, R. (2011). The Promise of Idea Crowdsourcing – Benefits, Contexts, Limitations. Whitepaper by Nokia. Accessible at IdeasProject by Nokia.
Aitamurto. T. (2009) Kymmenen väitettä journalismin tuhosta – ja miksi niistä ei kannata huolestua. Raportti journalismin trendeistä Yhdysvalloissa vuonna 2009. Helsingin Sanomain Säätiö, The Helsingin Sanomat Foundation.
Aitamurto, T., Landemore, H. and Saldivar, J. (2016) Unmasking the crowd: Participants’ motivation factors, expectations and profile in crowdsourced policymaking. International Communication Association (ICA), June 2016, Fukuoka, Japan.
Chen, K., Aitamurto T. and Cherif A. (2016) The Power of Citizens’ Voices in Democracy: Examining the impact of civic input on crowdsourced policymaking. 20th International Research Society on Public Management. April 2016, Hong Kong.
Aitamurto, T. (2015) Collective Intelligence in Open Journalism: The conflict and the interplay of the logics of the crowds and logics of journalism in open journalism. Association of Internet Researchers, October 2015, Phoenix, Arizona.
Aitamurto, T. and Landemore, H. (2015) Participants’ Motivation Factors and Profile In Crowdsourced Law Reform. OpenSym. August 2015, San Francisco.
Aitamurto, T. (2015) Drivers in Crowdsourced Journalism: Impact, Social Change and Peer-Learning. International Communication Association, ICA, Puerto Rico, May 2015.
Aitamurto, T. (2015) Motivation factors in crowdsourced feature journalism: Dreaming, learning and winning prizes. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR). July 2015, Montreal, Canada.
Goel, A. Krishnaswamy, A. Sakshuwong, S. Aitamurto, T. (2015) Knapsack Voting. At Collective Intelligence 2015, Santa Clara, United States, May 2015.
Aitamurto, T., Jorge Saldivar Galli and Juho Salminen (2014). Self-selection In Crowdsourced Democracy: A Bug Or A Feature? The Morphing Organizations: Rethinking Groupwork Systems in the Era of Crowdwork. ACM Group 2014, The International ACM Conference on Supporting Groupwork. Sanibel, Florida.
Aitamurto, T., & Landemore, H. (2014) Democratic participation and deliberation in crowdsourced legislative processes: The case of the law on off- road traffic in Finland. International Political Association (IPSA) 23rd World Congress of Political Science. July 2014, Montréal, Canada.
Aitamurto, T., & Landemore, H. (2014) Democratic participation and deliberation in crowdsourced legislative processes: The case of the law on off-road traffic in Finland. Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA). April 2014, Chicago, IL.
Aitamurto, T. (2014) Collective Intelligence in Journalism: Extended Search, Blended Responsibility and Ruptured Ideals. Collective Intelligence, MIT, Boston.
Lee, D., Goel, A., Aitamurto, T. and Landemore, H. (2014). Crowdsourcing for Participatory Democracies: Efficient Elicitation of Social Choice Functions. In CI-14: Collective Intelligence Conference. MIT. June 2014.
Aitamurto, T. (2014) Open Investigative Journalism and the Reciprocal Panopticon: Citizens as Watchdogs. Conference proceedings at International Communication Association (ICA), Seattle. Top Student Paper Award.
Nelimarkka, M. Aitamurto, T., Catterson, D., Crittenden, C., Garland, C., Huang A, Krishnan, S., Newsome, G., Nonnecke, B., Patel, J., Scott, J., Goldberg, K. (2014) The California Report Card: A Mobile Crowdsourcing Tool for Timely Public Policy Advice. Crowdsourcing for Politics and Policy. Oxford Internet Institute: Internet, Politics and Policy.
Aitamurto, T. and Landemore, H. (2013) The Interplay of Human and Material Agencies in (Self) Governance: Crowdsourced Legislative Process and the Unreachable Democratic Ideal. Governing technology: Material politics and hybrid agencies. Science, Technology and Society Graduate Conference at Stanford.
Aitamurto, T. (2012) The Role of Data Journalism in the Evolving Data Ecosystem. Open Knowledge Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
Aitamurto, T. (2012) Crowdsourcing in Investigative Journalism: Citizens as Watchdogs. InfoSocial: Technology and Society Program Graduate Student Conference at Northwestern University, Illinois.
Aitamurto, T. (2012) The Impact of Mass–Customization and Co–Creation on Magazine Publishing. European Communication Association Conference (ECREA). Istanbul, Turkey.
Aitamurto, T. & Könkkölä, S. (2012) Customer Experience in Service Co–creation: Magazine Industry Insights. SERVSIG International Service Research Conference, Helsinki.
Aitamurto, T. & Könkkölä, S. (2011) Value in Co–Created Content Production in Magazine Publishing: Case Study of Co–Creation in Three Scandinavian Magazine Brands. World Conference on Mass Customization, Personalization, and Co–Creation: Bridging Mass Customization & Open Innovation. San Francisco.
Aitamurto, T. & Lewis, S. (2011) Open innovation, R&D and News Industry. Future of Journalism Conference, Cardiff, UK.
Aitamurto, T. & Lewis, S. (2011) Open APIs and news organizations: A study of open innovation in online journalism. International Symposium on Online Journalism, Austin, Texas. Accessible at: http://online.journalism.utexas.edu/2011/papers/AitamuroLewis2011.pdf
Reviewed Crowdsourcing by Brabham, D. for New Media & Society 16(4), 692–693.
Reviewed New Forms of Collaborative Innovation and Production on the Internet: an interdisciplinary perspective by Piller et al. for Digital Journalism, 1(2), 291–292.