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Collective intelligence is a shared or group intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals and appears in consensus decision making in bacteria, animals, humans and computer networks.
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Users operate Website independently: Collective Intelligence defines the game

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Online news prediction site "Knew The News" is the first to rely on the collective intelligence of its users to run and further develop the website. By doing so Knew The News goes beyond what similar websites offer. Each player is not only responsible for the questions that he or she creates, but ultimately for the entire website itself. The success of the website is a result of the collective intelligence of the players on the site.

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ICCCI 2011 - The 3rd International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence - Technologies and Applications | ICCCI 2011

ICCCI 2011 - The 3rd International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence - Technologies and Applications | ICCCI 2011 | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it
RT @lecairn: 3eme conference sur l'intelligence artificielle collective a partir du 21 septembre http://t.co/e0MjCKY0 #ia #intelligencecollective...
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Who needs hierarchy? Loren Carpenter experiment California 1991

Awesome illustration of the ability for individuality and spontaneous order to flourish without hierarchy.

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you can access the intro of the video here http://dotsub.com/view/2ba18e4f-3d43-4abf-85ab-f8b3f7741a90
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How the Crowd Is Shaping the Future of Storytelling

How the Crowd Is Shaping the Future of Storytelling | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it
The traditional media model of gatekeepers is slowly giving way to niche communities that source and inform the creative process. The new era of storytelling is upon us, thanks in large part to the social web.
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Crowdsourcing editorial content

Crowdsourcing editorial content | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

Find out what happens when a journalist crowdsources a piece about a crowdsource company to the people who work there.

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Conversation matters: Guidelines for Leveraging Collective Knowledge and Insight

Conversation matters: Guidelines for Leveraging Collective Knowledge and Insight | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

Knowledge workers in any organization have a wealth of insights that are available to their organization to address the difficult issues the organization is facing.

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Why Brooks and Gladwell need Clare W. Graves | Spiral Dynamics Integral (SDi)

Many colleagues and friends urged me to make available here my personal response to the latest David Brooks op-ed column in today's New York Times.

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Building One Big Brain

Building One Big Brain | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it
Is technology making us so interconnected, we're collectively turning into a superorganism?
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Small note on Collective Intelligence using Hexagrams

Small note on Collective Intelligence using Hexagrams | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

This diagram shows essentially that a sustainable collective intelligence implies a continuous exchange of resources between the six kinds of human capitals. How can we develop methods to measure the value of the six kinds of human capitals and their flow of exchange? How can we extract these measurements from the analysis (preferably automatic) of data and online transactions of a given community or of a network of communities?

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Lessons from the Ant Colony: Overcoming the Biases of Web 2.0

Lessons from the Ant Colony: Overcoming the Biases of Web 2.0 | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

Operating as a collective, an ant colony can achieve remarkable things, complete tasks, and solve problems that would be unimaginable for a single ant.

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How to Measure the Wisdom of a Crowd

How to Measure the Wisdom of a Crowd | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it
A group's interactions drive its intelligence more than the brain power of individual members. The intelligence of a group can be measured, according.
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TEDxWaterloo - Michael Nielsen - Open Science

TEDxWaterloo - Michael Nielsen - Open Science | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it
New collaborative approach to knowledge development
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L’Oréal: "Tap into collective intelligence to create value!"

L’Oréal: "Tap into collective intelligence to create value!" | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it
Six months after the geographic consolidation in a single site in Saint Ouen, just outside Paris, of L’Oréal’s Packaging teams for Europe, Philippe Thuvien, Packaging & (...)...
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Serious Gaming: Online gamers crack enzyme riddle

Serious Gaming: Online gamers crack enzyme riddle | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

Online gamers have achieved a feat beyond the realm of Second Life or World of Warcraft: they have deciphered the structure of an enzyme of an AIDS-like virus that had thwarted scientists for a decade.

 

To the astonishment of the scientists, the gamers produced an accurate model of the enzyme in just three weeks.

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What is happening to disrupt the ancient impossible/possible boundary?

What is happening to disrupt the ancient impossible/possible boundary? | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

As far as I can tell the impossible things that happen now are in every case manifestations of a new, bigger level of organization. They are the result of large-scale collaboration, or immense collections of information, or global structures, or gigantic real-time social interactions. Just as a tissue is a new, bigger level of organization for a bunch of individual cells, these new social structures are a new bigger level for individual humans. And in both cases the new level breeds emergence. New behaviors emerge from the new level that were impossible at the lower level. Tissue can do things that cells can't. The collectivist organizations of wikipedia, Linux, the web can do things that industrialized humans could not.

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An eBay for Science

An eBay for Science | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

Science Exchange co-founder, researcher-turned-entrepreneur Elizabeth Iorns, says they want to see an even broader range of experiments outsourced beyond just core facilities.
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The new frontier of work: Hyperspecialization

The new frontier of work: Hyperspecialization | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

(Note by VM) Not sure we should call this progress...

 

Hyperspecialization is not the same as outsourcing or offshoring, though it is enabled by the same technologies. Here’s a way to wrap your brain around the idea:

Imagine for a moment that physical goods could be transported just as easily, quickly, and cheaply as information. Suppose, for instance, that you could order an egg for breakfast that was prepared all over the world: perhaps the egg was laid in Shanghai, cracked in Stockholm, scrambled in Singapore, heated in Seoul, salted in Santiago, and served to you in San Francisco. This, essentially, is what hyperspecialization is, but
instead of making breakfast, workers all over the world can do pieces of knowledge work jobs that are today done by one person in a single place.

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Social influences kill the wisdom of the crowd

A crowd can sometimes provide wisdom that its individual members lack. But, if you let those individuals talk among themselves, their individual errors can spread throughout the crowd, dragging its wisdom down.
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How important are these effects? Although popular culture has adopted the phrase "wisdom of the crowd" to apply to anything that involves more than a handful of people, the original description of a crowd's wisdom made it clear that it only applied to a limited number of question types and circumstances. So, finding additional limits really shouldn't be much of a surprise. It does, however, serve as an added caution that, just because there's a crowd involved, we shouldn't assume that anything that comes out of the crowd is wise. As the authors note, we seem to have a tendency to make exactly that assumption. "Opinion polls and the mass media largely promote information feedback and therefore trigger convergence of how we judge the facts," they conclude. "The wisdom of crowd effect is valuable for society, but using it multiple times creates collective overconfidence in possibly false beliefs."

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Carnegie Mellon uses social networking to tap collective intelligence of online study groups | e! Science News

Taking their cue from social media, educators at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a social networking application called Classroom Salon that engages students in online learning communities that effectively tap the collective intelligence...

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First steps and readings to enter global collective intelligence

Many people ask me what the must reads are in order to make the first steps in collective intelligence, wisdom and consciousness.
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Do trees form smart mobs?

Do trees form smart mobs? | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

Ok, so our brain cells, neurons, form networks.  Got that.  

Birds, fish, bats, rats, ants, musquitos, hyenas, elephants and a whole suite of other animals form networks too and by doing so seem to demonstrate some form of collective intelligence.

Now here comes Suzanne Simard, who tells us trees also form networks.  She talks about mother trees and smart mobs of trees.


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Forecast 2020: Web 3.0+ and Collective Intelligence

Forecast 2020: Web 3.0+ and Collective Intelligence | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it

In 10 years, humans and computers will join forces to create “collective intelligence”. Technology will evolve as such that the Internet (and information within it) will be accessible and available to everyone— this will exponentially increase the already massive data we exchange today.

 

How we (and machines) will make sense of as well as analyze and synthesize this collective information, is what will bring us to Web 3.0 and beyond.


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Collective Brainpower

Collective Brainpower | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it
Can collective intelligence save the planet? “It’s the only hope we have,” says Prof. Thomas Malone, adding that “no one really knows".
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How the net traps us all in our own little bubbles

How the net traps us all in our own little bubbles | Collective intelligence | Scoop.it
An invisible revolution has taken place is the way we use the net, but the increasing personalisation of data by search engines such as Google threatens to limit our access to information and enclose us in a self-reinforcing world view...
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