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Links 1 through 10 of 357 by Michel Bauwens tagged Collective-Intelligence

"This is what people have always done: pass along things we find worthwhile. Otherwise none of us would speak, let alone compose symphonies using the same notes or find that pesky Higgs Boson. What’s changed today is that the urge to pass things along is much easier to act on, and that it applies equally to everything from the significant (“They think they found the Higgs Boson!”) to the insignificant (“Justin Bieber has hair again today!”). In every case, “retweet” is always just a tap away."

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"Plus ludique que l'intelligence artificielle, l'intelligence collective, soit la mise en relation via le net d'une grande quantité de cerveaux humains, vient de réaliser quelques prouesses. Telle l'identification de centaines de cratères lunaires pour la NASA ou la mise en évidence d'une enzyme du VIH. À l'origine de ces nouveaux modes de recherche : le nombre d'heures hebdomadaires que nous passons, sur Terre, à jouer en ligne. Trois milliards d'heures par semaine."

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"We have been always attentive to the development of the techno-scientific bases of our social productive strength. Therefore we have been following up the swift development of world communication network, which is movement of men, things and especially information, real group brain. Our "two-ways" correspondences show that some of us find our job stimulating even though we are dubious about our faith in the role of science compared to revolution. Others are enthusiastic about this matter as they consider it as of no lesser importance than the revolution of Darwin evolutionism against the previous immanentist concept of shapes and organization of the living

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"The structure of communications (already examined by Marx) has by now reached a high level of global integration. Today, thanks to the development of trades and IT network, thanks to the data storage getting into more and more socially-diffused memories (whether in real time or postponed interactive processing), humans are able to communicate in spite of time and space distances. All of this is a result of the rise of a social brain that the future society will be able to use for a new and unimaginable leap. The result will be such important as the one that humans have reached in the passage from gathering to a conscious food and manufactures production."

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