Category Archives: Collaborative Sense-Making

The Next Platform

This seminal essay by Pierre Lévy, a thought leader in the field of collective intelligence states, “the next platform weaves five functions together: curation, creation, communication, transaction and immersion.  

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Mapping Our Way to the Next Civilization

This blog started as a reply to a post by a friend of mine on Facebook. Bret Warshawsky wrote: “How about some love and co-creation? We’re beginning to map ‘Golden Innovations’ and need your help! When you see a post … Continue reading

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WiserWorldWeb – Collaborative Inquiry on Collective Intelligence

WiserWorldWeb – Collaborative Inquiry on Collective Intelligence WiserWorldWeb.org is an effort to bring together people who are advancing the collective understanding of collective intelligence. It is a space where a wide variety of thinkers can share their thought on collective wisdom, … Continue reading

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What is the “new“ in a new we-culture? 

This blogpost is my reply to the request from Evolve magazine to address the question of “What is the ‘new’ in a new we-culture?” in 200 words, which will be published in their next issue. It is Springtime and seeds are … Continue reading

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Evolution’s engine picking up steam

  Evolution’s engine is picking up steam. Those on the edge are entertained by a dazzling firework of opportunities. To choose well, engaging the flow for the highest impact, the collective mind has to access collective wisdom, swiftly. Practice, practice, practice!

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Letting collective intelligence use me for organizing itself

I emailed a tweet I’ve just stumbled upon in my tweetstream to a colleague because I knew it had to do with one of her interests. We cannot spend all our time on hanging out in the stream but the … Continue reading

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Movie watching as transparent communication

I’ve just come home form Curzon Renoir, an art cinema in London, where I watched Kuma. “Kuma” is a Turkish word that means “second wife”, describing the women drawn into a traditional, polygamous Muslim family at a later stage, by … Continue reading

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“Saving the world differently…”

“Saving the world differently…”  was the title of an event, last February, which I’ve been waiting for with joyous anticipation. It was organized by the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce), of which I am a … Continue reading

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a measure and a condition for the metabeing to truly become intelligent

Venessa Miemis wrote: > all semantically linked, so for example, it could be built so that it showed all organizations, and then listed specific projects they are working on or in support of or things they are associated with. > providing … Continue reading

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CI, AI, UI or just I?

The term “Collective Intelligence” is sufficiently vague and positive that it is quite easy to agree that of course we want it. We want to be smarter together.  But we might imply quite different subtexts when we talk with each … Continue reading

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