“Collective intelligence” is defined

“Collective intelligence” is defined as the capacity of human communities to co-operate intellectually in creation, innovation and invention.
from the news announcing the research program on “Collective intelligence” at the University of Ottawa

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One Response to “Collective intelligence” is defined

  1. Luc says:

    We also try to define the Collective intelligence, on CraoWiki. But also many other important terms like Connective Intelligence, fuzzy interfaces, Interaction information, Interaction design, and so on. I hope some users of the CommunityIntelligence blog, speaking french, will collaborate to our project! Thanks.

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