Monthly Archives: August 2007

The collective intelligence of functional mutations

Evolution’s Edge from Best Futures says: Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that all the necessary elements of a sustainable system will develop quickly enough to prevent irreversible environmental and social damage. Major evolutionary transformations only occur after a critical number … Continue reading

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CI by collaborative sense-making in participatory video

Talking about the phases of collaborative film making, Kent Bye wrote in Building a Theory of Collaborative Sensemaking | Echo Chamber Project: The ideal collaborative sensemaking system would allow people to add their own context through each of these phases … Continue reading

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Collective Intelligence through Citizen Participation

Echo Chamber Project Receives A $55,000 Grant | Echo Chamber Project Kent Bye wrote: Tapping into collective intelligence is achieved by aggregating context and meaning on video segment sound bites through the mechanism of “user-contributed metadata” (i.e. credibility ratings, quality … Continue reading

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