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    READ Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World EBOOK Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World Join or create book clubs ✓ 1 CHARACTERS As an academic scientist who thinks about collective intelligence from an evolutionary perspective and as someone who attempts to put the ideas into practice I give this book very high marks on both counts Mulgan appreciates that collective intelligence does not simply emerge from complex interactions What appe

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Ë TRAMZ.CO ✓ Join or create book clubs EBOOK Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World Geoff Mulgan’s Big Mind How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our WorldBig Mind is a difficult read It doesn’t flow like a river of thought but rather churns up a coastline of ideas and casts them into the current Some ideas se

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CHARACTERS ´ Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World Results Gathering insights from diverse fields including philosophy computer science and biology Big Mind reveals how collective intelligence can guide corporations governments universities and societies to make the most of human brains and digital technologiesGeoff Mulgan explores how collective intelligence has to be consciously organized and orchestrated in order to harnes. As an academic scientist who thinks about collective intelligence from an evolutionary perspective and as someone who attempts to put the ideas into practice I give this book very high marks on both counts Mulgan appreciates that collective intelligence does not simply emerge from complex interactions What appears to be self organizing reuires a lot of design which must come either from an evolutionary process or from intentional human planning Moreover the intentional human planning must itself be evolutionary relying upon variation and selection processes at numerous junctures In addition to getting the science right Mulgan is also a gifted writer who draws upon literature and philosophy to illustrate his points Finally he is clearly a humane person who understands that collective intelligence should be designed to serve collective welfare ultimately at the planetary scale This is public policy for the future

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CHARACTERS ´ Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World S its powers He looks at recent experiments mobilizing millions of people to solve problems and at groundbreaking technology like Google Maps and Dove satellites He also considers why organizations full of smart people and machines can make foolish mistakes from investment banks losing billions to intelligence agencies misjudging geopolitical events and shows how to avoid them. We are as ever at a crossroads We have the choice to combine forces for the greater good or leave all the potential just sitting there and proceed as usual learning the hard way We can pool our data expertise and ideas to resolve climate change issues or argue about whether they should even be considered It s back to Carl Sagan s point who speaks for Earth or even just earthlings If we could get our acts aligned we could make much deeper progress much faster But our competitive society prevents such thoughts let alone actionsI think the reason I like Geoff Mulgan s books is that ideas come at you like buckshot Packets of multiple ideas fire again and again with every chapter page and paragraph If you ve learned nothing from a Geoff Mulgan exercise you must have slept through it In Big Mind Computers can generate answers much easily than they can generate uestions the mark of real intelligence Greater knowledge does not bring greater comfort It brings awareness anxiety caution and worry It gives us vast new things to worry about All our gadgets do not make our lives simpler they add complexity The vast majority of meetings in business academia and politics ignore almost everything that is known about what make meetings work There s a temptation to make too much use of data that happens to exist and manage what s measured rather than what matters We spend our lives looking for confirmation rather than responding to intelligence We risk not having internalized the lesson if we haven t experienced the errors There are levels of abstraction as organizations move to diverse ways of looking at their situations Those that can t stay stuck in the primordial reactions to events eg airline security which continually punishes passengers further every time there is a threat instead of thinking how to make flying safer Universities do research and development on everything except themselves Universities should be actively collecting knowledge as much as disseminating it Cultures that think of themselves as individualistic dissident and rebellious tend to be highly conformist The biggest danger in any field is the delusion you understand why you succeeded intelligence is highly improbable and collective intelligence is even soAll of this pivots about the point Mulgan calls the third loop of learning The first loop is what we all do observe and apply rules we know The second loop makes use of knowledge to come to new and innovative conclusions The third loop is when whole sectors and industries change in light of anticipated developments and ways of thinking and doing Doing this at world scale is Mulgan s idea of collective intelligence It means combining with data and artificial intelligence because people alone and computers alone can accomplish far lessWhat emerges is that although he has been thinking along the lines of a collective intelligence for many years Mulgan is not prepared to predict or envision it There are too many variables too many unknowns and too many rogue components for anyone to pretend they can nail it down We are held back because our institutions aren t open in their thinking and we are stymied by competition rather than co operation He would like collective intelligence to coalesce into a disciplineDavid Wineberg

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CHARACTERS ´ Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World A new field of collective intelligence has emerged in the last few years prompted by a wave of digital technologies that make it possible for organizations and societies to think at large scale This bigger mind human and machine capabilities working together has the potential to solve the great challenges of our time So why do smart technologies not automatically lead to smart. I am investigating about the collective intelligence and I love this new book about it

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