Category Archives: P2P Collective Intelligence

The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF2016) opens online on Monday Nov 7

Molly Marshall asked me to forward the following message to you. Please forward it in your network.        jaap van till, TheConnectivist ============================================== The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is an online, open access event that explores the question: The … Continue reading

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Nuit Debout 15M : Demonstrations in 400 Cities

(copied from a #nuitdebout Twitter page)  The #NuitDebout revolution will not be televised. Not enough sensation and violence to be recognized as significant news, I guess. No problem, just wait until certain things suddenly happen. ‘Unexpected’. IMHO the force, imagination … Continue reading

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(NP13) About P2P Collective Intelligence – How Does it Emerge ?

( RECOMMENDED!     REBLOGGED FROM NESTA.org.uk      http://www.nesta.org.uk/publications/collective-intelligence-how-does-it-emerge ) ============================================== Collective Intelligence: How does it Emerge ? This paper discusses the cognitive, social and technological prerequisites for collective intelligence. Key findings: Collective intelligence emerges when there is a balance between technology, … Continue reading

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