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The Anatomy of an Outstanding Résumé [infographic]

The Anatomy of an Outstanding Résumé [infographic] | Intelligence | Scoop.it
A good résumé is vital to securing employment in today's job market. Discover ways to make your résumé outstanding so you're able to win over potential employers in a matter of seconds.

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25 Fascinating Charts Of Negotiation Styles Around The World | Business Insider

25 Fascinating Charts Of Negotiation Styles Around The World | Business Insider | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Language is only the most obvious part of the global communication gap. Different cultures also have distinct approaches to communication during meetings a

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MÉTAPHORE SUR LE FONCTIONNEMENT DE L'INTELLIGENCE COLLECTIVE

MÉTAPHORE SUR LE FONCTIONNEMENT DE L'INTELLIGENCE COLLECTIVE | Intelligence | Scoop.it
MÉTAPHORE POUR EXPLIQUER LA CONTAGION DE L'INTELLIGENCE COLLECTIVE. (Tout y est de la dépression au basculement et au retour à la dépression)

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Philippe Olivier Clement's curator insight, March 29, 2014 3:17 AM

Demandez à un groupe  de constater ce qui se passe sur cette vidéo et faire un // avec l'IC 

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La Pensée Stratégique Chinoise

La Pensée Stratégique Chinoise | Intelligence | Scoop.it

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Sophie Verbaeys's curator insight, March 28, 2014 7:10 AM

Un autre point de vue, une  autre perspective, une autre stratégie... changer de regard, c'est s'ouvrir au changement et "s'il y a bien une chose qui ne change jamais, c'est que tout change."

Damien Thouvenin's curator insight, March 29, 2014 4:55 AM

C'est assez édifiant

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hehe, bienvenu Philippe. Mais pourquoi merci ?? :)
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David Chalmers and Andy Clark Interview

David Chalmers and Andy Clark Interview | Intelligence | Scoop.it
This from the New Philosopher. Andy’s colleagues at Edinburgh in the epistemology department proposed the extended knowledge project, where you start thinking of knowledge as this extended process that involves interaction with the environment.

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Pierre Levy's curator insight, March 4, 2014 9:12 AM

voir l'article séminal de Andy Clark, et David J. Chalmers, « The extended mind ». Analysis 58: 7-19, 1998. Voir aussi, de Robert L. Logan, The Extended Mind: The Emergence of Language, the Human Mind, and Culture, University of Toronto Press, 2008. Mon livre de 1990 Les technologies de l'intelligence (La Découverte, Paris) affirmait déjà une telle approche transversale de l'esprit : voir notamment la troisième partie sur « l'écologie cognitive ».

Jelel Ezzine's curator insight, March 6, 2014 3:09 AM

Zeroing into Collective Consciousness! #AfricaSTIForum

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Sources And Methods: The Potential of Social Network Analysis in Intelligence

Sources And Methods: The Potential of Social Network Analysis in Intelligence | Intelligence | Scoop.it

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Mlik Sahib's curator insight, March 19, 2014 7:00 PM
"Finally, SNA is fundamentally a mathematical tool but is most useful in the decisionmaking process when the networks are visualized.  It is, without doubt, the visualization of these networks that tends to capture the most attention from the policymakers that intelligence units typically support.  This is both a blessing and a curse.  While it is easy to capture attention, explaining why the charts and graphs look the way they do is an art.  All too often, the initial excited reaction to these diagrams turns to boredom and confusion as analysts bog the decisionmakers down with the arcana of SNA.  In addition, creating these complex visualizations often stresses even the most powerful personal computers (the images of the simulation in Figure 8 above took approximately 2 hours to produce using a powerful desktop PC with two high end graphics cards).Like every analytic technique, SNA has great utility for the right question. Within its limits, SNA is unmatched and can be usefully applied to identify key individuals or organizations within a network, generate new leads and simulate the flows of information or money throughout a network.  SNA, however, remains just an answer, not the answer.  Used inappropriately or without a full understanding of the limits of the method and analysts will only be finding new and more technically sophisticated ways to fail.  That, then, is the primary job of the modern day analyst: making the judgment call of which techniques to use and when.  Equally as important as knowing when to use SNA is knowing when not to use it."
Saranne Davies's curator insight, March 20, 2014 5:10 AM

Worth a read.

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Les mystères de l'innovation

Les mystères de l'innovation | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Les innovations sont partout autour de nous, mais leur contribution à la productivité ne se reflète ni dans les statistiques du PIB ni dans le...

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L’invention française face à l’innovation américaine | Le Cercle Les Echos

L’invention française face à l’innovation américaine | Le Cercle Les Echos | Intelligence | Scoop.it

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Comment le big data transforme le monde ? - Webmarketing & co'm

Comment le big data transforme le monde ? - Webmarketing & co'm | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Webmarketing & co'm
Comment le big data transforme le monde ?
Webmarketing & co'm
En effet, les clients sont au centre de tout, du coup tous les métiers en relation direct ou indirect avec le consommateur vont voir leur métier évoluer.

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Mathematical Proof Reveals How To Make The Internet More Earthquake-Proof

Mathematical Proof Reveals How To Make The Internet More Earthquake-Proof | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Decentralised networks are naturally robust against certain types of attack. Now one mathematician says advanced geometry shows how to make them even more robust.

One of the common myths about the internet is that it was originally designed during the Cold War to survive nuclear attack. Historians of the internet are quick to point out that this was not at all one of the design goals of the early network, although the decentralised nature of the system turns out to make it much more robust than any kind of centralised network.

Nevertheless, the internet is still vulnerable. For example, the magnitude 9 earthquake and resulting tsunami that struck Japan on 11 March 2011, caused huge damage to the Japanese telecommunications infrastructure.

The Japanese telecom company NTT says it lost 18 exchange buildings and 65,000 telegraph poles in the disaster which also damaged 1.5 million fixed line circuits and 6300 kilometres of cabling.

That raises an interesting question: could the spatial layout of the internet be made any more robust against this kind of damage?


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La géométrie avancée montre comment rendre les réseaux encore plus robustes et fiables.

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Thoughts on SNA and online learning

Thoughts on SNA and online learning | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Following the previous post... The structural paradigm of  Social Network Analysis (SNA) with its constitutive theory and methods, began to emerge around the 1930s, applied and influenced by a broa...

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Milena Bobeva's curator insight, March 1, 2014 4:10 AM

Social Network Analysis should be a  paradigm for researching, designing, and evaluating not only online learning, but  the wider phenomenon of Education 3.0

luiy's curator insight, March 1, 2014 7:21 PM

The connections within nodes in a network facilitate exchange of “resources”  which can be influenced by the quantity and quality of the linkages and interactions. Looking at online educational networks through a SNA lens is a way to establish wether the ways in which individuals connect with a particular environment may influence their access to information and knowledge. As Rita Kop states “the Web is portrayed as a democratic network on which peer to peer interaction might lead to a creative explosion and participative culture of activity” (Kop, 2012 p3) but how is this potential being exploited in education? What are the processes beyond this interaction and how can they be used to facilitate students access to information, knowledge and ideas?

 

The potential of social media in forming networks, extending students knowledge and translating this into academic achievement is impacted by a multitude of elements such as individuals’ attitudes (Morrison, 2002), University environment and socialisation processes (Yu et al., 2010). Other mechanisms influencing this process may be the particular educational practices and experiences, the success of connections, the dynamics in which participants negotiate the structure of the network and exchange practices and many others which can not be controlled.

 

This analysis can be enriched by Bordieau’s concept of “social capital”, which introduces a set of dynamics between the social dimension, the identity dimension (habitus) and the individual’s practice. In this system of reciprocal influences it is interesting to look at the transformation processes and effects of elements such as “weak ties”, “brokers”, “latent connections” and “structural holes” in the information flow within a network.

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Les Mots du Web, expliqués par Pierre Lévy by franceculture

Les Mots du Web, expliqués par Pierre Lévy by franceculture | Intelligence | Scoop.it
TOUCH cette image pour découvrir son histoire. Marquage d'images développé par ThingLink

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Claire-Anne's curator insight, March 23, 2014 3:43 PM

Quelques mots du web expliqués par Pierre Lévy

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Modeling #Emotion #Influence from Images in Social Networks | #SNA

Modeling #Emotion #Influence from Images in Social Networks | #SNA | Intelligence | Scoop.it

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luiy's curator insight, January 21, 2014 9:37 AM

Images become an important and prevalent way to express users' activities, opinions and emotions. In a social network, individual emotions may be influenced by others, in particular by close friends. We focus on understanding how users embed emotions into the images they uploaded to the social websites and how social influence plays a role in changing users' emotions. We first verify the existence of emotion influence in the image networks, and then propose a probabilistic factor graph based emotion influence model to answer the questions of "who influences whom". Employing a real network from Flickr as experimental data, we study the effectiveness of factors in the proposed model with in-depth data analysis. Our experiments also show that our model, by incorporating the emotion influence, can significantly improve the accuracy (+5%) for predicting emotions from images. Finally, a case study is used as the anecdotal evidence to further demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed model.

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25 Fascinating Charts Of Negotiation Styles Around The World | Business Insider

25 Fascinating Charts Of Negotiation Styles Around The World | Business Insider | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Language is only the most obvious part of the global communication gap. Different cultures also have distinct approaches to communication during meetings a

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Quand les patrons chinois jugent la France

Des lenteurs administratives mais aussi des plus-values technologiques.
Lourdeur des procédures administratives notamment pour les cartes...

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Collecte des données : quand DGSE et Orange collaborent main dans la main

Collecte des données : quand DGSE et Orange collaborent main dans la main | Intelligence | Scoop.it
C'est par l'intermédiaire de documents du GCHQ britannique que se dévoilent les liens étroits entre les services de renseignement français et l'opérateur historique Orange.

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PLOS ONE Complex systems articles

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PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.


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Humanités numériques | Institut francais

Humanités numériques | Institut francais | Intelligence | Scoop.it

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An Interactive Introduction to Network Analysis and Representation | #SNA #tools

An Interactive Introduction to Network Analysis and Representation | #SNA #tools | Intelligence | Scoop.it

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luiy's curator insight, March 17, 2014 8:54 AM

This interactive application is designed to provide an overview of various network analysis principles used for analysis and representation. It also provides a few examples of untraditional networks used in digital humanities scholarship. Finally, along with the various methods described interactively here are links to related scholarship.

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Smart grids et intelligence territoriale

Smart grids et intelligence territoriale | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Innovation et optimisation des services : c'est la promesse des smart grids - réseaux intelligents de distribution d'électricité, avec informatique embarquée. C'est une révolution pour les distribu...

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Innovation et optimisation des services : c'est la promesse des smart grids - réseaux intelligents...

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Épistémologies digitales des sciences humaines et sociales

Épistémologies digitales des sciences humaines et sociales | Intelligence | Scoop.it

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luiy's curator insight, March 7, 2014 11:16 AM

Les humanités numériques désigneraient un ensemble de pratiques visant à utiliser les médias ou les outils numériques pour analyser des données et/ou diffuser les connaissances produites. De façon générale, nous constatons que la notion de média est insuffisante : en quoi un nouveau canal de diffusion des connaissances pourrait à lui seul transformer des pratiques et des problématiques de chercheurs ? En fait, parce qu’elles sont intimement liées à l’écriture, instrument intellectuel par excellence, les techniques récentes font émerger de nouveaux objets d’études, de nouvelles façons d’aborder des problématiques anciennes, en même temps qu’elles nous offrent un regard renouvelé sur des pratiques que nous croyions banales, ne méritant pas d’être commentées ni mises en perspective. Bien au-delà des humanités numériques, c’est donc l’ensemble des sciences humaines qui subit des transformations majeures.

 

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Problèmes et concepts

 

- Éric Guichard, L’internet et les épistémologies des sciences humaines et sociales [Texte intégral] 

 

- Thierry Poibeau, La linguistique est-elle soluble dans la statistique ? [Texte intégral] 

 

- Stéphane Lamassé et Philippe Rygiel, Nouvelles frontières de l’historien [Texte intégral] 

 

- Emmanuel Lazega et Christophe Prieur, Sociologie néostructurale, disciplines sociales et systèmes complexes [Texte intégral] 

 

- Paul Mathias, Les internautes ont-ils une âme ? [Texte intégral] 

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Innovation en Europe : le palmarès des régions

Innovation en Europe : le palmarès des régions | Intelligence | Scoop.it
L'innovation. C'est la clef du développement futur et c'est l'un des axes de la stratégie européenne pour 2020. La Commission, ce mardi, publie un...

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Pas terrible pour la France.....
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A Guidebook for Social Media in the Classroom

A Guidebook for Social Media in the Classroom | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Is Social Media Relevant? Take the Quiz

Before we talk social media, let's talk about the relevance of social media by taking a quiz. Which of the following is most likely to be true?



☐ Shou

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Le philosophe Pierre Levy invente le GPS de l'intelligence collective - Le blog de la ménagère

Le philosophe Pierre Levy invente le GPS de l'intelligence collective - Le blog de la ménagère | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Source image The Automated Data Center: Two Layers of Technology Innovation, 17/12/2013 Bill Kleyman https://www.datacenterknowledge.com Une causerie autour du futur du numérique

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Time varying networks and the weakness of strong ties | #patterns #rumor #SNA

Time varying networks and the weakness of strong ties | #patterns #rumor #SNA | Intelligence | Scoop.it

In most social and information systems the activity of agents generates rapidly evolving time-varying networks. The temporal variation in networks' connectivity patterns and the ongoing dynamic processes are usually coupled in ways that still challenge our mathematical or computational modelling. Here we analyse a mobile call dataset and find a simple statistical law that characterize the temporal evolution of users' egocentric networks. We encode this observation in a reinforcement process defining a time-varying network model that exhibits the emergence of strong and weak ties. We study the effect of time-varying and heterogeneous interactions on the classic rumour spreading model in both synthetic, and real-world networks. We observe that strong ties severely inhibit information diffusion by confining the spreading process among agents with recurrent communication patterns. This provides the counterintuitive evidence that strong ties may have a negative role in the spreading of information across networks.


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