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Jean-François Noubel, Collective Intelligence: Evolving The 'We' Inside The 'I' - YouTube


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Fronteiras Do Pensamento

Fronteiras Do Pensamento | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
Há quem diga que inteligência coletiva é apenas uma questão filosófica. Também, mas não apenas isso. Inteligência coletiva é um projeto teóric

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Inteligencia Colectiva para Educadores. Conferencia de Pierre Lévy

http://www.ibertic.org Tenemos que comprender que la inteligencia colectiva existe desde siempre y la especie humana es un ejemplo maravilloso de ello. Per

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Use These 5 Steps to Learn How to Ask Good Questions [Infographic]

Use These 5 Steps to Learn How to Ask Good Questions [Infographic] | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
Learning how to ask good questions is a cornerstone of learning and living. It’s a practice we use every day. So much of our success in life depends on asking the right questions. So how do we actually do it? It’s easy when you have a solid process.
When we ask good questions in education, the benefits are immeasurable. It lets us clearly define problems and expectations. Students’ research becomes more productive. They have better team communication. It lets them view challenges proactively. It encourages deeper reflection and better learning processes.

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What is the Internet of Things? Internet of Things definitions and segments

What is the Internet of Things? Internet of Things definitions and segments | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
Internet of Things definitions are evolving as the focus in IoT shifts. What is the Internet of Things? Overview of a term and phenomenon in flux.

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Dan Roberts's curator insight, November 16, 2016 4:43 AM
A comprehensive review of the Internet of Things: what is it? what does it do?
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2016 Report | One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence (AI100)

2016 Report | One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence (AI100) | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
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L’intelligence collective, en quelques mots…

L’intelligence collective, en quelques mots… | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
L’intelligence collective désigne l’augmentation des capacités cognitives des groupes humains grâce à une utilisation judicieuse des médias numériques. On vise ici la mémoire partagée, l’apprentissage collaboratif et la coordination des compétences en temps réel. L’éthologie étudie l’intelligence collective des espèces sociales. Par exemple, les abeilles, les fourmis et les termites ont une division du travail…
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Collective intelligence: an interview with Pierre Levy | Masters of Media


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The scientific revolution in the human sciences will culminate in collective intelligence, a common good which will throttle human development. In a recent book, Levy proposed a “loose IEML model” to monitor the coordination of human development. The axis of human development are defined by “education, health, sustainable economic prosperity, security, human rights, conservation and enrichment of cultural heritage, environmental balance, scientific and technical innovation” which are in accordance with the United Nations Development Program, Levy assures me. I wondered whether a metalanguage which positions itself functionally as neutral (as opposed to Berners Lee universal ontology) should contain assumptions on how western democratic society is structured to which Levy partly agrees that any metalanguage can’t be neutral:

 

There can be a lot of disagreements about the right ways or methods to improve human development. IEML, as a universal semantic code, can accomodate any method. Above all, IEML provides a common semantic sphere where all disciplines of human sciences can compare their theories and methods and can coordinate their findings at the service of human development. (…) Now, you can say: “Okay, but what if I am against improving health and education because these are western values and / or it has been used to justify western imperialism”. My response is: “It’s up to you!” In general, I do not think that any theory or metalangage can be neutral. Every act, being practical or theoretical, occurs in a hypercomplex context and has an effect on this context. I do not claim any impossible neutrality or objectivity. The objection “you’re not neutral” is besides the point. I have a very precise goal. My aim is to improve human development, collective intelligence and knowledge management in the humanities.

Howard Rheingold's curator insight, December 20, 2013 1:06 PM

Pierre Levy has been thinking about augmented collective intelligence for a long time. How can the disparate pieces of knowledge contributed by myriad online postings in blogs, question and answer sites, Twitter, etc. be connected in various automatic frameworks? Levy believes a metalanguage (HTML can be seen as a metalanguage) is need. 

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Levy... ou la difficulté d'être (trop) en avance sur son temps...

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TEDxBelfort2015-Jean-François_Noubel

Este é "TEDxBelfort2015-Jean-François_Noubel" por CIRI no Vimeo, o lar dos vídeos de alta qualidade e das pessoas que os adoram.
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Multiplier l'intelligence collective

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Henri-Pierre de Rohan-Chabot, ami de Fondacio et membre du Groupe intercession, est consultant. Dans la revue jésuite Christus de Janvier 2009, il (...)
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Les outils de l'intelligence collective La favoriser, la comprendre, la stimuler de Michel Moral e


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l'intelligence collective et les compétences interculturelles

l'intelligence collective et les compétences interculturelles | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it

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Les réseaux sociaux, un lieu d’apprentissage informel

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Selon une étude de la Michigan State University, aux Etats-Unis.

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Khardiata's curator insight, December 8, 2015 1:34 PM

Même si les réseaux sociaux sont source de distraction pour les jeunes d’aujourd’hui, ils peuvent être une plateforme d’éducation. Les étudiants du cours de nouveaux médias avec Pierre Lévy en ont fais l'experience.

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How to Create Collective Intelligence - Evonomics

How to Create Collective Intelligence - Evonomics | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
“ Say the word “mind” and most people immediately think about the workings of an individual brain. The idea that something larger than an individual might have a mind seems like science fiction—but modern evolutionary theory says otherwise. It is now widely accepted that eusocial insect colonies—ants, bees, wasps, and termites—have collective minds, with members of the colony acting more like neurons than decision-making units in their own right. For example, a critical stage in the life of a honeybee colony is when it fissions and the swarm that leaves must find a new nest cavity. Exquisite research by Thomas Seeley and his associates shows that the swarm behaves like a discerning human house hunter, scouting the available options and evaluating them according to multiple criteria. Yet, most scouts visit only one cavity and have no basis for comparison. Instead, the comparison is made by a social process that takes place on the surface of the swarm, which is remarkably similar to the interactions among neurons that take place when we make decisions. After all, what is a multi-cellular organism but an elaborately organized society of cells? The reason that multi-cellular organisms and eusocial insect colonies both have minds is because they are both units of selection. Lower-level interactions that result in collective survival and reproduction are retained, while lower-level interactions that result in dysfunctional outcomes pass out of existence. What we call “mind” focuses on the lower-level interactions that result in the gathering and processing of information, leading to adaptive collective action.”
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Help Employees Create Knowledge — Not Just Share It

Help Employees Create Knowledge — Not Just Share It | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
Learning isn’t just about relaying information.

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The new power of collaboration

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Howard Rheingold talks about the coming world of collaboration, participatory media and collective action -- and how Wikipedia is really an outgrowth of our natural human instinct to work as a group.

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Creating Effective Collaborative Learning Groups in an Online Environment | Brindley | The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Creating Effective Collaborative Learning Groups in an Online Environment | Brindley | The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
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Colaboración y Cooperación.

Colaboración y Cooperación. | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
“Escribe Á ngel Fidalgo No hay acuerdo en las diferencias entre colaboración y cooperación. Voy a presentar una opción con u”
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Collective Intelligence for Educators

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We will first make a detour by the history of knowledge and communication in order to understand what are the current priorities in education. THE EVOLUTION OF KNOWLEDGE The above slide describes the successive steps in the augmentation of symbolic manipulation. At each step in the history of symbolic manipulation, a new kind of knowledge…
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We are all cyborgs now

We are all cyborgs now | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
Technology is evolving us, says Amber Case, as we become a screen-staring, button-clicking new version of homo sapiens. We now rely on "external brains" (cell phones and computers) to communicate, remember, even live out secondary lives. But will these machines ultimately connect or conquer us? Case offers surprising insight into our cyborg selves.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, February 22, 2016 6:51 PM

What does it mean that our tools have the ability to change who we are, that we have an analog and digital self that need maintenance, and the possibility of being connected at all times?

 

Amber Case suggests that we are not taking the time to reflect on what it means to live with digital tools. How do we experience the world through and with digital tools?

 

Her points about two forms of adolescence suggests teachers are more important than ever helping students slow down and reflect on their lives and their tools.

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Ce que j’ai appris dans ma classe de gestion des connaissances – Virginie Carriere

Ce que j’ai appris dans ma classe de gestion des connaissances – Virginie Carriere | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it

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Ana Paula Sena de Almeida's curator insight, December 15, 2015 1:07 PM

Curadoria de dados. Conteúdo em conjuntos. 

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Entrevista a Pierre Lévy: Veinte años de Inteligencia Colectiva

Pierre Lévy compartió unas jornadas con IBERTIC. En ese marco Silvia Bacher le entrevistó. Actualmente profesor en el Departamento de Comunicación de la Universidad de Ottawa. De 1993 a 1998 fue profesor en el Departamento Hipermedia de la Universidad de París VIII. Los intereses del profesor Lévy están situados alrededor del concepto de inteligencia colectiva y en el de sociedades basadas en el conocimiento.


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Intelligence collective, le mariage de raison - Les Échos

Intelligence collective, le mariage de raison - Les Échos | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it
L'intelligence collective, horizon indépassable de la démocratie participative et avenir du management, est en phase...

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El aprendizaje colaborativo

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El aprendizaje colaborativo

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Travail collaboratif : le succès de l'intelligence collectve – Entreprendre.fr

Travail collaboratif : le succès de l'intelligence collectve – Entreprendre.fr | Collective Intelligence and Knowledge | Scoop.it

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