Collective Intelligence Podcast

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Collective intelligence is the collaboration and contribution of different minds, perspectives, and knowledge on the one idea.

light bulbs sketched on chalkboard Many small ideas make a big one

An example of collective intelligence could be Wikipedia; where users accumulate their intelligence on a particular subject, and from there ‘gatekeepers’ come into play, to edit the users information.

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An argued site of collective intelligence could be Facebook, users comment and like uploaded material, being the subject. Users form their opinion on the subject. I would argue that Facebook isn’t intended as a collective intelligence site, but factors such as commenting, contribute as collective intelligence.

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These ideas are discussed in the linked podcast by myself (emma congdon) and Paige Whitfield.

http://www.co-intelligence.org/CollectiveIntelligence1.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collective_intelligence

http://www.beamsandstruts.com/bits-a-pieces/item/795-facebook

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One comment

  1. DIGC · May 20, 2015

    Reblogged this on mooreblogsread.

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