Personal & collective knowledge management
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How KM and collective intelligence evolve in a changing digital communication environment. Curation as a personal and collective knowledge management tool.
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A first approach to collective intelligence - Somos Más - Europe

A first approach to collective intelligence - Somos Más - Europe | Personal & collective knowledge management | Scoop.it
Widespread, coordinated, active: it is the collective intelligence, emerging from people and machines, it is nowadays made more powerful from the Internet. The meeting of individual brains continuously generates a kind of collective thinking. It’s just one of the moments of an intense work of the brain, cultural, life led by the intelligence of human beings.
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Lévy vs. Surowiecki: Collective Intelligence with no Collaboration? - The Collective Intelligence Blog

Lévy vs. Surowiecki: Collective Intelligence with no Collaboration? - The Collective Intelligence Blog | Personal & collective knowledge management | Scoop.it
“Collected” v. “Collaborative” Collective Intelligence. The final choice depends to some great measure on the type of problem we want to solve.
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Cynthia Guo: What I learned in the UOKM class

Cynthia Guo: What I learned in the UOKM class | Personal & collective knowledge management | Scoop.it
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For my entire student life, I am always busy learning and learning. I read and write everyday and get knowledge from the outside world. I barely think about how to manage what I have learned and how to apply them in my future study and life. After the first class of knowledge management, I found it was so fascinating because it made me start thinking about my learning process. Just like this blog post, we can go through the knowledge and reflect back what we have learned. Also I really like the format of our class, I mean using facebook, twitter, scoop.it and other social media. We are learning communication in a fast changing and high technological mass media environment. There is no better way for us to study and research the mass media than that we are part of what we are learning.

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What I learned in the #UOKM class

What I learned in the #UOKM class | Personal & collective knowledge management | Scoop.it
The end of the semester is, inevitably—no matter how many times we tell ourselves that next semester we’ll be more organized—a time of frenzied paper writing, exam studying and assignment completio...
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Another key concept discussed this semester is that of the network society. Manuel Castells, an expert on the network society, says that technologies of mass self-communication have given rise to the network society and given people the tools to come together and create a collective power (Castells, 2007). Castells believes that social networks can also be used as sites of counter-power in a positive and progressive way, as was seen with the Occupy movement or the Arab spring, where social networking sites where used to mobilize protesters (Castells, 2007). The use of these technologies allows for micro broadcasting and the viral spread of information to a mass public (Juris, 2012). Using social networks such as Twitter and Facebook lowers the barriers for access, while using hashtags to trend a topic helps to form a collective identity (Juris, 2012).

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Noah's Blog: What I Learned in UOKM Class

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Pierre Levy's curator insight, April 7, 2013 12:19 PM

It is interesting to contemplate that although individuals have access to a lot of information today, one can foresee that advances in science and technology will cause future generations to view our knowledge management practices with the same curiosity that we do the Greeks.

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Pierre LEVY : "Communication stigmergique et intelligence collective"

Pierre LEVY : "Communication stigmergique et intelligence collective" | Personal & collective knowledge management | Scoop.it
« Le tout est plus que la somme des parties » affirmait Aristote. Les mathématiciens se sont depuis, saisis de la question pour y donner un sens « dém...

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Philippe Olivier Clement's curator insight, June 30, 2015 7:29 AM

Et si nous observions ce phénomène si particulier qu'il ferait rougir de jalousie plus d'un dirigeant  ? 

Valerie Bauwens's curator insight, July 1, 2015 3:02 AM

C'est en transformant leur environnement commun que les fourmis communiquent entre elles. Elles le transforment en laissant une trace de phéromones quand elles se déplacent par exemple vers de la nourriture. Les autres fourmis peuvent suivre la trace, et elles aussi acheminer la nourriture à la fourmilière. C'est ce que l'on appelle la communication stigmergique. Pierre Levy fait le lien avec nos comportements sur le web et les traces que nous laissons comme un like, un post. Il appelle cela de l'intelligence distribuée.

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How the Internet's Collective Human Intelligence Could Outsmart AI

How the Internet's Collective Human Intelligence Could Outsmart AI | Personal & collective knowledge management | Scoop.it
An interview with French philosopher Pierre Lévy on why Elon Musk is wrong about AI.

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Annie Talvé's curator insight, May 28, 2015 6:04 PM

Always worth reading.

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Thoughts on “Collective Intelligence”

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María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, January 14, 2014 4:50 AM

Great one.

Miguel Angel Perez Alvarez's curator insight, January 14, 2014 2:14 PM

Inteligencia colectiva, evolución

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, January 31, 2014 11:18 PM

Cyberspace big thoughts, and perhaps indicating a fusion or an evolution of knowledge management in a group space.

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What I learned in the #UOKM Class

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The following blog is a reflection on what I learned through my graduate course, Knowledge Management, taught by Professor Pierre Lévy, and serves to highlight the lessons I will take with me on my...
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While our search tools are imperfect and our access to false information has increased, knowledge seekers have more sources of information at their fingertips than ever before, which symbolizes a promising start to the digital revolution.

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What I learned in the UOKM class

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Knowledge has always been essential to human civilization. The evolution of knowledge can be traced to the ways in which it is communicated, or transferred. In prehistoric times, knowledge was tran...
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The term “collective intelligence” generally refers to the cognitive abilities of a collection of individuals. Several of the works discussed in the class (e.g., Networked, Convergence Culture, and Semantic Sphere) discuss the opportunities involved in online collaboration.

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