Nesta, 1 Plough Place, London EC4A 1DE
The notion of collective intelligence is increasingly being invoked in discussions of networked democracy, citizen science, group decision making, collaborative production, and e-health. How do networked publics work and thrive, by allowing collaborative platforms to emerge from the interaction of individuals?
- Colin Blakemore and Geoff Mulgan on the importance of emerging forms of networked collaboration
- Robin Dunbar and Chris Frith talking about the roots of social cognition;
- The organizers Stefana Broadbent and Mattia Gallotti on the basis of collective intelligence and intentionality;
- Bahador Bahrami, Licia Capra, Hugo Mercier and Orestis Palermos will discuss the mechanisms for individuals to share knowledge and engage in collective reasoning and decision-making;
- Discussions will be provoked by the challenges set by Paolo Gerbaudo and Arnau Monterde briefing on new social movements and the role of digital tools for political action.
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