This Handbook provides a survey of the field of collective intelligence, summarizing what is known, providing references to sources for further information, and suggesting possibilities for future research.
The handbook is structured as a wiki, a collection of on-line pages, editable by their readers.
The handbook is hosted by the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, but we hope that researchers and others from around the world will contribute to it. The process of creating this handbook could itself be an example of collective intelligence.
Evidence has emerged that the brain's capacity to absorb information is limiting the amount of data humanity can produce (Flashback: Human Brain Is Limiting Global Data Growth, Say Computer Scientists http://t.co/PBl5YYUY...
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Amoeboid yellow slime mold has been on Earth for thousands of years, living a distinctly un-hi-tech life, but, say scientists, it could provide the key to designing bio-computers capable of... [[ This is a content summary only.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Scientists and amateur enthusiasts alike have long been fascinated by the abilities of some groups of animals to move in lockstep with one another, most specifically with schools of fish and flocks of birds.
FutureGrid projects (credit: FutureGrid)The future development of computer science depends on researchers’ ability to conduct consistent, controlled, and repeatable large-scale experiments in large-scale, distributed computing and networking.To...
Researchers are developing computational models based on “baby brainpower” or cognition exhibited in babies and very young children in hopes to boost artificial intelligence that have traditionally had difficulty handling nuances and uncertainty.
Social networking sites and politics | Pew Internet & American Life Project (RT @iDiplomacy: 38% have discovered through social networks that a friend's political leanings were different than they thought http://t.co/Jde425o6...)...
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