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Repositorio de artículos sobre Internet y Conciencia Colectiva / Repository of Articles on Internet and Collective Conciousness
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Collective Intelligence April 2012: Call for papers

Collective Intelligence April 2012: Call for papers | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

We seek papers about behavior that is both collective and intelligent. By collective, we mean groups of individual actors, including, for example, people,
computational agents, and organizations. By intelligent, we mean that the collective behavior of the group exhibits characteristics such as, for example,
perception, learning, judgment, or problem solving.


Via Viktor Markowski
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Un implant et une prothèse intégrale pour les personnes paralysées

Un implant et une prothèse intégrale pour les personnes paralysées | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Un scientifique a mis au point une prothèse intégrale qui à l'aide d'un implant relié au cerveau, permettrait à une personne paralysée de bouger normalement comme tout le monde.


Via Jean-Philippe BOCQUENET, yannick Le Bihan
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Twitter is closer to emulate a Neural Network than Facebook (by Cecilia Abadie)

Twitter is closer to emulate a Neural Network than Facebook (by Cecilia Abadie) | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

"[...] When you look at a Neural Network, you'll find that it is also an Asymmetric Network. Neurons have their axons that allow them to connect to other neurons, at the same time, other neurons have the freedom to connect their own axons back to the neurons connecting to them or choose other not connected neurons to hook up with.

It seems like Twitter is imitating nature's success in implementing this type of social network architecture.
The most common neurons in the brain (called multipolar neurons) process their in-coming and out-coming connections separately. On a neuron, dendrites are receptors for in-coming connections and the axon branches out-coming connections. [...]"


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Vibe: The Anonymous, Anarchist Version of Twitter Being Used at ‘Occupy Wall Street’

Vibe: The Anonymous, Anarchist Version of Twitter Being Used at ‘Occupy Wall Street’ | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

"For anyone who wasn’t aware, there are a few hundred protesters hanging out downtown in a park plaza two blocks from Wall Street. Despite allegations of Twitter censorship, tweets are collating around the hashtags #occupywallst, #occupywallstreet, #ows and #nycga. So when Betabeat walked past an iPad hooked up to a projector showing short hashtagged messages with the occasional photo, we assumed we were looking at a Twitter client. Turns out that’s not what it is. This app is called Vibe, the “new kid on the social media block,” and it’s something different: a Twitter-esque messaging system built by Hazem Sayed, a professional developer from California who built the app as an anonymous alternative to Twitter, reports the New York Daily News."

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Metaverse 2.0: Our Accelerating Future

Presentation by John Smart of the Acceleration Studies Foundation (http://accelerating.org) at the H+ 2009 Summit, Irvine CA.
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ASF (Acceleration Studies Foundation)

ASF (Acceleration Studies Foundation) | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
ASF: Acceleration Studies Foundation. Outreach, Education, Research, Advocacy. A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corporation. Formerly "Institute for the Study of Accelerating Change".
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Occupy Wall Street: Social Media's Role In Social Change

Occupy Wall Street: Social Media's Role In Social Change | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
A panel on social innovation and social change started with a joke. A panelist said they should go the full hour without saying the word "Twitter."

But Twitter, along with Facebook, were unavoidable terms that came up repeatedly in the discussion Thursday at an Advertising Week event at 300 Madison Avenue in New York City.

The talk started with the Egypt revolution and inevitably turned to Occupy Wall Street, an ongoing event just a few miles away in Lower Manhattan. More than 450,000 Facebook users have joined Occupy Wall Street pages to date (scroll down for graph); Twitter chatter has surged. The big question: Does social innovation equal social change?


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Declaration from Occupy Wall Street

Oct. 1 the NY General Assembly of Occupy Wall Street issued the following statement:As we gather together in solidarity to express a feeling of mass injustice, we must not lose sight of what brought us together.
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Consciousness & Biology - A response to Richard Dawkins

His new book co-authored with Leonard Mlodinow, professor of physics at CalTech discusses many of these topics in War of the Worldviews http://tinyurl.com/42...
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Thousands Yoga Under Eiffel Tower for Non-Violence (photos + video)

Thousands Yoga Under Eiffel Tower for Non-Violence (photos + video) | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Thousands Yoga Under Eiffel Tower for Non-Violence (photos + video)...
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The next big tech revolution? The global brain

The next big tech revolution? The global brain | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

The Internet revolution is the fastest economic change humans have experienced, and it is accelerating. Two billion people are online today, he noted; he predicts that number will double over the next decade.

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Swarm Wall Street: why an anti-political movement is the most important force on the planet

Swarm Wall Street: why an anti-political movement is the most important force on the planet | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Swarms are transformative movements. Insofar as members acknowledge a common sense of identity, it is a transformative identity, a sense of being part of a movement that is changing the world.


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How Shift Happens

How Shift Happens | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

“Paradigm shift.” How many times have you heard that term thrown around?

 

We use “paradigm shift” to refer to initiatives that are big disruptions but that don’t meet the criteria Kuhn stated. The vast majority of organizational change announcements that claim or imply a paradigm shift are actually dressed-up extensions of what is already taking place. Significant modifications to the status quo are important, but they aren’t paradigm shifts. Even when we are careful to apply it properly ourselves, many of us are reluctant to correct clients who misunderstand or misuse the concept.

 


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OCCUPY WALL STREET (the theory)

OCCUPY WALL STREET (the theory) | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Really simple: Occupy Wall Street is an open source protest. This type of protest has been very effective over the last year in toppling regimes in north Africa. It's proving relatively successful in the US too.

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MarkDilley's comment, October 10, 2011 6:27 PM
A friend is challenging me about it toppling regimes there - the regimes is still in control - maybe the middle man has been cut out?
P2P Foundation's comment, October 11, 2011 3:03 PM
hi mark, the regimes "have" been toppled, but other factions of the elite are still in control ... revolutions are processes not one/off events ... we have not seen the end of the process in the middle east; lots of things can happen, including counter-revolutions ..
MarkDilley's comment, October 13, 2011 4:19 AM
of course - the military being one of them. I imagine revolutions happening daily in the whole of life, very much the daily process.
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Collective Intelligence: Humanity’s Mass Mind

Collective Intelligence: Humanity’s Mass Mind | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

While much of science fiction is still just fiction, we’re a whole lot closer to the idea of the Collective then you might think. It’s already here, in the form of the Internet.


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David Graeber: Why are people occupying Wall Street?

David Graeber: Why are people occupying Wall Street? | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Republished from David Graeber:
“Why are people occupying Wall Street?

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G. Edward Griffin: The Collectivist Conspiracy

In this exclusive 80 minute video interview, legendary conspiracy author G. Edward Griffin explains how his research, which spans no less than 5 decades, has...
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George Soros on Bloomberg Television: U.S. Debt

Billionaire George Soros tells Bloomberg Television that the U.S. could absorb more debt.
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Hypereconomics | the human network

What happens after we’re all connected? When I asked that question, seven years ago, well over eighty percent of all Australians had their own mobile, and...
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Watch a robot surgeon peel a grape: the extension of human powers

Watch a robot surgeon peel a grape: the extension of human powers | Conciencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
This awesome video from New Scientist TV shows a surgical robot with a human operator peeling a grape. This technology greatly augments what human surgeons can do, and also provides a platform for telesurgery.
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