Yet, these languages mentioned above are ways to structure the information for thinking, not necessarily apt communication strategies. A complete language then must also addresses communication, and as Alëna shows in her work, ...
Ross Dawson is a smart guy. The six mechanisms in the paper he discusses are: an idea ecology, a web of dependencies, an intellectual supply chain, a collaborative deliberation, a radically fluid virtual organization, a multi-user game. -- Howard
"One of the many reasons humanity is at an inflection point is that the age-old dream of the “global brain” is finally becoming a reality.
I explored the idea in my book Living Networks, and at more length in my piece Autopoiesis and how hyper-connectivity is literally bringing the networks to life.
Today, my work on crowdsourcing is largely focused on the emerging mechanisms that allow us to create better results from mass participation.
Some of the best work being done in the space is at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence. A few of their researchers (including founder Thomas Malone) have just written a short paper Programming the Global Brain.
I don’t think “programming” is the best metaphor. I prefer to think about the enabling structures and mechanisms out of which collective intelligence will be created.
However programming can be a useful frame, and in the paper the authors propose six programming metaphors that will facilitate the formation of the global brain:"
SWAP is a team of architects within Design Research Lab (DRL) at Architectural Association, School of Architecture in London. The EROSION book is the documentation of a 12 months research and final proposal of Design Through Erosion.
The PyCX Project aims to develop an online repository of simple, crude, yet easy-to-understand Python sample codes for dynamic complex systems simulations, including iterative maps, cellular automata, dynamical networks and agent-based models.
The instability of large, complex societies is a predictable phenomenon, according to a new mathematical model that explores the emergence of early human societies via warfare. Capturing hundreds of years of human history, the model reveals the dynamical nature of societies, which can be difficult to uncover in archaeological data.
SVEN is a design team in the a3 course of Architectural-Building Engineering at University of Bologna. The project find(&)MERGE will take part in Maribor 2012 European Capital of Culture event and it will be involved in 2012 Venice Biennale.
MLP : Dopo dieci anni di attività del Master Lo Spazio in-forme , l'Istituto Nazionale di Architettura ha deciso di rinnovare la propria offerta formativa ridisegnando la struttura base del master sul digitale , cambiandogli addirittura il nome: dalla...
FABLAB SEVILLA | Fablabbing the River International Workshop | EME3_2012. by eme3 on Jun 19, 2012 No Comments. Bathtopia: I Want to Swim in The River! Ivan Illich shows the following: that heavy machines imply capitalist or despotic ...
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